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Board Abuses Discretion in Denying Rehearing/Reopening

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 | 290 | 0 | 5 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that the Workers’ Compensation Board abused its discretion in denying an application for a rehearing or reopening by an allegedly uninsured employer. Case: Matter of Kariauli v. Weider, No. 528264, 09/26/2019, published. Facts: Omari Kariauli worked as an electrician and handyman. He sustained various injuries when he fell off a ladder while performing renovation work for Moshe Weider, an allegedly uninsured employer. Procedural history: Kariauli filed a workers’ compensation claim and testified at the hearing. Weider failed to appear. A wo...

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