The insurer brought a motion to dismiss the claimant’s application on the basis of abandonment per Rule 3.4(d). Adjudicator Deborah Neilson noted three failed case conferences and confirmed the insurer served the proper motion materials. in response, the claimant described having a mental breakdown as reason for not attending previous case conferences. Adjudicator Neilson noted the evidence showed no sign of abandonment on the part of the claimant and dismissed the motion. The insurer had also sought costs and noted a violation of Rule 14.6. However, Adjudicator Neilson denied the claim and ruled there was not enough evidence to satisfy Rule 19.1.