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Worker Can't Get Resumption of Benefits After Serving Prison Term for Murder

Friday, May 13, 2022 | 0

A New York appellate court upheld a determination that a worker was not entitled to the resumption of his benefits following his incarceration for murder. Case: Matter of Mallen v. ACE Tinsmith & Building Products, No. 533430, 04/21/2022, published. Facts: Richard Mallen injured his left leg at work in 1984. In 1987, he was classified with a permanent partial disability and awarded ongoing lost wage benefits, and his case was identified as closed. In 1993, the workers’ compensation insurance carrier for Mallen’s employer filed a notice of suspension of benefits with the Work...

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