[Cite as In re McGill, 2003-Ohio-2495.]
IN THE COURT OF CLAIMS OF OHIO
VICTIMS OF CRIME DIVISION
IN RE: BARRY D. MC GILL
Case No. V2002-50820
BARRY D. MC GILL
ORDER OF A THREECOMMISSIONER PANEL
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This appeal came to be heard before this panel of three commissioners on
February 19, 2003 at 10:55 A.M. upon the applicant’s May 24, 2002 appeal from the May 2,
2002 Final Decision of the Attorney General.
On supplemental, the Attorney General granted the applicant an award of
reparations in the amount of $57.90 for unreimbursed allowable expense. However, the Attorney
General denied the work loss claim. On reconsideration, the Attorney General denied the
applicant’s claim pursuant to former R.C. 2743.52(A) contending that the applicant’s expenses
are not related to the criminally injurious conduct.
The applicant appealed the Attorney
General’s Final Decision.
The applicant, applicant’s attorney and an Assistant Attorney General attended the
hearing and presented exhibits and brief comments for this panel’s consideration. As indicated
in Exhibit A, counsel stated the applicant did not incur any work loss from November 9, 1999
through January 31, 2000 with Columbus Public Schools. Counsel stated that documentation
obtained from Columbus Public Schools indicates the applicant was placed on disability leave
during the time period in question.
From review of the file and with full and careful consideration given to all the
information presented at the hearing, this panel makes the following determination. We find the
applicant failed to prove he incurred work loss from November 9, 1999 through January 31, 2000
with Columbus Public Schools. However, should the applicant incur additional economic loss
that would be an appropriate basis for filing a supplemental compensation application.
Therefore, the May 2, 2002 decision of the Attorney General shall be affirmed without prejudice.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED THAT
The May 2, 2002 decision of the Attorney General is AFFIRMED without
This claim is DENIED and judgment is entered for the state of Ohio;
This order is entered without prejudice to the applicant’s right to file a
supplemental compensation application pursuant to R.C. 2743.68;
Costs are assumed by the court of claims victims of crime fund.
JAMES H. HEWITT III
LEO P. MORLEY
KARL H. SCHNEIDER
Jr. Vol. 2249, Pgs. 163-164
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