Decision search

The Decision Search facility allows you to view the result of Adjudication decisions, as well as allowing you to search for an Adjudicator, all free of charge.

Click here to access the search feature.

USERS OF INTERNET EXPLORER 10 (IE10)

The BCIPA Decision Search is currently not compatible with IE10 – If you are using IE10 you will need to turn on Compatibility View:

To turn on Compatibility View

See if the Compatibility View button  appears next to the Address bar. (If you don't see the button, there's no need to turn on Compatibility View.) Click the Compatibility View button  to display the site in Compatibility View. Once you turn on Compatibility View, Internet Explorer will automatically show that site in Compatibility View each time you visit. You can turn it off by clicking the button  again. 

When searching for details it is easier to search on a smaller range than full details.  E.g. John Smith Corporation as a claimant is best searched by typing John in the search field only.

To wildcard search, place a % before and after a name.  For Example, to search John Smith Corporation you should type %smith%.  Any adjudication decisions with name Smith will then be listed.

This search option is particularly helpful for companies with initials such as JW Constructions.  You could wildcard search %constructions%  rather than searching different initial configurations that may have been entered such as: JW, J W or J.W etc.

The Decision Search facility allows you to view the result of Adjudication decisions, as well as allowing you to search for an Adjudicator, all free of charge.

Click here to access the search feature.

USERS OF INTERNET EXPLORER 10 (IE10)

The BCIPA Decision Search is currently not compatible with IE10 – If you are using IE10 you will need to turn on Compatibility View:

To turn on Compatibility View

See if the Compatibility View button  appears next to the Address bar. (If you don't see the button, there's no need to turn on Compatibility View.) Click the Compatibility View button  to display the site in Compatibility View. Once you turn on Compatibility View, Internet Explorer will automatically show that site in Compatibility View each time you visit. You can turn it off by clicking the button  again. 

When searching for details it is easier to search on a smaller range than full details.  E.g. John Smith Corporation as a claimant is best searched by typing John in the search field only.

To wildcard search, place a % before and after a name.  For Example, to search John Smith Corporation you should type %smith%.  Any adjudication decisions with name Smith will then be listed.

This search option is particularly helpful for companies with initials such as JW Constructions.  You could wildcard search %constructions%  rather than searching different initial configurations that may have been entered such as: JW, J W or J.W etc.