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High Court Rejects Hourly Standard for Determining Worker's PTD Status

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, June 1, 2017 | 341 | 0 | 0 min read

The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that there is no hourly standard for determining whether a worker is capable of performing sustained remunerative employment on a part-time basis, and that the Industrial Commission properly determined that a worker capable of working four hours per day was not totally disabled. Case: State ex rel. Bonnlander v. Hamon, No. 2015-1697, 05/31/2017, published. Facts: Timothy Bonnlander suffered injuries in a car accident in October 1992. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation accepted his claim for physical injuries, as well as a claim for depressive disorder. Bo...

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