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provides a "real time" or actual listing of
scheduled hearing details by location,
Commissioner and claim for a two (2) week
period from the current date.
All information is current as scheduled
hearings are updated by the WCC Claims Division
in WCC data systems. The report
provides a default view of two weeks from the
current date and all hearing sites.
You may select a new date range: Start
Date/End Date - available selections are 3
months prior and future (note that future
information is most subject to change).
The Calendar Picker shows available dates for
the report. After making your changes
select "View Report".
You may select a specific hearing location. After changing this setting,
select "View Report".
In all web browsers, the listing is available as a dynamic
online report; to print or save it, export as a PDF, Word or
Excel XLS file - Note you must have software on
your PC that can read these file types.
select the "floppy disk" icon button on
the report control. Do not use the browser
print option - only page 1 will print.
Internet Explorer 10/11
may require that you use "Compatibility View" to see
the Print icon; for simplicity we recommend that the
Export feature is used for all web browsers.
Different web browsers and versions may display
the results other than exactly as above.
To print directly from or search the
report you must use Microsoft Internet
Explorer and install an "Active X" control.
In Internet Explorer 9.x or earlier, selecting the
printer button icon will provide a
print error message and/or prompt to install
the control (actual message/result is
dependent on your browser version). The
installation is required only on the first
use and the report will be fully available
on your next visit, after the Active X
installation. A screenshot of
how this may appear in MS Windows Internet
Explorer is below.
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This report is current at the time you
request it and may take a few seconds to
respond/load depending on your Internet
connection. Please be patient. Questions? Email us