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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 23. Labor § 23-1070.01. Request for early hearing;  stipulation;  action of commission

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A. If a request for hearing filed in connection with a change of physician under § 23-1070 alleges, by affidavit, that immediate and irreparable injury, loss or damage will result if the hearing is not held before the times otherwise prescribed by article 3 of this chapter or if all interested parties, in person or by counsel, stipulate in the request for hearing that the hearing should be held before the times otherwise prescribed by article 3 of this chapter, the commission shall:

1. Immediately issue a notice to all parties setting a hearing date not more than fifteen days later.

2. Require that the administrative law judge, who shall not be subject to the notice or affidavit for change prescribed by § 23-941, subsection I or J, determine the matter and make an award, if any, within five days after completion of the hearing.

B. All other procedures prescribed for subsequent actions with regard to the hearing or award shall be as otherwise prescribed by law.

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