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State Employer Can't Claim Credit for Benefits Not Retained by Injured Worker

Wednesday, May 25, 2022 | 0

The Mississippi Court of Appeals ruled that a state employer was not entitled to a credit for benefits not ultimately retained by its injured employee. Case: Keys v. Military Department Gulfport, No. 2021-WC-00352-COA, 05/10/2022, published. Facts: Darryl Keys worked for the Mississippi Military Department at the National Guard facility in Gulfport. He suffered injuries in a fall at work in February 2017. On July 10, 2017, Keys lost his footing and fell at home. He became paralyzed and never returned to work, and the Military Department then began paying indemnity benefits. From July 11, 2...

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