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Date When Employer Stopped Paying TTD Relevant for Calculating Pension

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 | 515 | 0 | 0 min read

The Illinois Appellate Court ruled that a disabled firefighter was entitled to line-of-duty disability pension benefits based on a percentage of his salary as of the date his employer stopped paying temporary total disability. Case: Sottos v. Firefighter’s Pension Fund of the City of Moline, No. 3-16-0481, 11/03/2017, published. Facts: Jerry Sottos worked for the City of Moline as a firefighter. He suffered multiple injuries to his back over the course of his career and underwent two lumbar fusion surgeries. After the second surgery, his doctor recommended that he not return to w...

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