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Special Fund's 6-Year Delay Was Fatal to Its Challenge to Allocation of Disability

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, March 25, 2016 | 565 | 0 | 3 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that the Special Disability Fund could not challenge an allocation of liability by the Workers' Compensation Board six years after-the-fact. Case: Matter of Vanacore v. Genovese Drug Store, No. 520838, 03/17/2016, published. Facts: Charlotte Vanacore suffered injuries to her neck and back in a work-related car accident in 1997. She established a workers' compensation claim for these injuries, as well as a consequential joint injury. In 2003, Vanacore injured her back while working for a different employer. She established a workers' compensa...

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