Applicant filed his claim over 35 years after retiring from the NFL in 1976. In the Application for Adjudication, CIGA was named as a party-defendant to represent the interests of Mission Insurance Company on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons. CIGA subsequently denied liability, and contended that Mission Insurance did not provided coverage for the Atlanta Falcons until after the 1975 NFL season, when applicant last traveled to California. The parties were therein ordered to arbitration over the coverage by Mission/CIGA for the Atlanta Falcons during the 1975 NFL season. The former CFO of the Atlanta Falcons testified that coverage did exist with Mission for 1975 NFL season. Further, several documents from prior workers’ compensation cases were considered by the arbitrator, who ended up finding coverage did exist during the 1975 season. CIGA has now filed a Petition for Reconsideration with the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, appealing the decision of the arbitrator.