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(1) The final order of the panel constitutes the final order of the division. If a person in interest, including Pinnacol Assurance, is dissatisfied with any final order of the division that determines compensability of a claim or liability of any party, that requires any party to pay a penalty or benefits, or that denies a claimant any benefit or penalty, the person may commence an action in the court of appeals against the industrial claim appeals office as defendant to modify or vacate the order on the grounds set forth in section 8-43-308.
(2) All such actions shall have precedence over any civil cause of a different nature pending in such court, and the court of appeals shall always be deemed open for the trial thereof, and such actions shall be tried and determined by the court of appeals in the manner provided for other civil actions.
(3) Deleted by Laws 1995, S.B.95-98, § 3, eff. April 17, 1995.
(4) In any case before the court of appeals pursuant to this section, the court may apply the sanctions of rule 38 of the Colorado appellate rules if the court finds such application to be appropriate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 8. Labor and Industry § 8-43-307. Appeals to court of appeals - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-8-labor-and-industry/co-rev-st-sect-8-43-307.html
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