Dear Sir / Madam,
Lately, one of my many medical conditions deteriorated and imposes on me a
lot of difficulties and enormous stress.
During my employment I developed lungs problem (due to product side effects-
reported to Superiors and documented). My autonomic function of lungs (a
function of the respiratory cycles) has been compromised.
More and more frequently I am stopping to breathe with out a warning. These
are relatively short in duration episodes but I am not in control of them.
Despite my conscious mind I struggle in-vein to take air and I can not make
my lungs to move. I suspect that my neurons / neurotransmitters are affected
/ damaged (altered function / communication) by active ingredients at work.
As result of all my medical conditions I fear, that such undertaking as a
trip for a hearing on preliminary issues may end up for me fatally. For very
long time I do not go any where at all.
I scrolled trough Tribunal's website and I discovered, that Tribunal's extra
ordinary powers do allow Tribunal to make its own rules of proceedings which
allow performing Hearings in any way where appropriate ( "any part of a
proceeding may be conducted in person or by way of a written hearing or
electronically. The Tribunal may exercise any of its powers under these
Rules on its own initiative or at the request of a party as well the
Tribunal may waive or vary the application of any of these Rules where
Due to my circumstance, written format would be the best for me.
Since Tribunal already performed such proceeding and the Respondent
forwarded all alleged preliminary issues which do not stand up to my
allegations and due to fact that I did forward all evidence challenging
alleged preliminary issues as well due to fact, that Respondent admitted all
my allegations I am asking Tribunal, whether it is absolutely necessary for
me to attend in person the hearing on preliminary issues which are not
valid and serve Respondent as a tool to challenge my Application on
I am not asking Tribunal in any way to postpone scheduled proceedings,
because my medical condition most likely with time will gradually
deteriorate not improve.
I am asking Tribunal to explore / implement alternative method of proceeding
(if possible) to allow me some physical and emotional relief.