BR-107722-A (Feb. 6, 2009) -- Affirmed payment of benefits to van driver found not to have mistreated disabled passengers. Weight to assign to hearsay evidence is a fact question, which may only be set aside on review when the fact-finder’s reliance (or non-reliance) on the evidence was unreasonable. In this case, review examiner's rejection of hearsay statements as unreliable was reasonable. While consistent with each other, they were not corroborated by any non-hearsay evidence, had not been given under oath, and the declarants had not been cross-examined regarding the contents of the statements.
BR-104579-A (April 16, 2008) -- Police report, a hearsay document, contained sufficient indicia of reliability to support employer's testimony of alleged theft. Report identifies declarant and is based upon the author's personal observations and interviews.
People also viewed...
You recently viewed...
Personalization is OFF. Your personal browsing history at Mass.gov is not visible because your personalization is turned off. To view your history, turn your personalization on.
Learn more on our .
*Recommendations are based on site visitor traffic patterns and are not endorsements of that content.