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2-10. When a claim is initially presented for  adjudication,  what  action  must be  taken  by  the  receiving  command? 1. The claim must be forwarded to the  nearest  NLSO 2. The claim must be stamped or marked with the date of receipt 3. The maximum amount that may be adjudicated  must  be  determined 4. The date, type, and amount of the claim is reported to JAG 2-11. What command usually convenes a claims   investigation? 1. The  area  coordinator  for  the command  involved 2. The command most directly involved  in  the  incident 3. The  NAVLEGSVCOFF  serving  the command  involved 4. A designated impartial command that  is  not  directly  involved 2-12. When a person is appointed to investigate  a  claim,  what  should  be the  investigator’s  main  concern about his or her normal duties? 1. The  investigator  should  make sure he or she always performs normal  duties 2. The investigator should find a temporary  relief  to  take  over his or her normal duties pending  the  completion  of  the investigation 3. The  investigation  ordinarily takes priority over his or her normal  duties 4. The  investigation  should  be secondary  to  normal  duties  and will be done on the investigator’s  own  time 2-13. An adjudicating authority can pay an FTCA claim up to $40,000. The same  adjudicating  authority  could deny an FTCA claim up to what amount? 2-14. At what momemt is the government no longer  liable  concerning  an  FTCA claim? 1. When the investigation is completed 2. When  the  review  is  completed 3. When the adjudicating authority pays the claim 4. When the claimant accepts a paid settlement 2-15. A settlement agreement is required in which of the following circumstances? 1. The claim is settled for less than  the  full  amount  claimed 2. The claim was presented on a SF-95 3. Both 1 or 2 above 4. The claim was settled by an adjudicating  authority  other than  OJAG 2-16. A claimant may submit a reconsideration  of  an  FTCA  claim denial  within  what  maximum  number of months? 1. 1 2. 6 3. 9 4. 12 2-17. What  is  the  maximum  payment  that may be approved under the Military Claims  Act  (MCA)  without  referral to  the  General  Accounting  Office? 1. $50,000 2. $100,000 3. $150,000 4. $200,000 2-18. A claim under the MCA may not be paid unless it is presented in writing  within  what  maximum  number of years after it accrues? 1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 1. $120,000 2. $80,000 3. $40,000 4. $20,000 8

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