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Download the "Board of Appeals Guide" which is designed to help clients navigate the Board of Appeals Process.
This simple to review guide has been designed for Gilman Law, P.C. clients who are scheduled to appear before the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals. This guide has been designed to answer many of the questions you may have about the board and the process moving forward.
It is important to note that the Board of Appeals is not part of the Registry of Motor Vehicles. The best way to think of the Board is to view it as an Appeals Court. The Board by law has vast authority and can modify any decision made by the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Getting before the Board is a formal process and unlike the Registry of Motor Vehicles, there are no walk-in hearings. The hearings are on the record and conducted in a formal manner as described in the guide.