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Board Properly Vacates Commissioner's Rulings Due to 'Unorthodox' Manner of Addressing Evidence

Thursday, May 5, 2022 | 0

The Connecticut Appellate Court ruled that the Compensation Review Board properly vacated the findings of a commissioner on the extent and cause of an injured worker’s disability due to her "unorthodox" manner of addressing the evidence. Case: Arrico v. Board of Education of the City of Stamford, Nos. AC 44409 and AC 44488, 04/26/2022, published. Facts: James Arrico worked for the City of Stamford as a custodian. On July 21, 2008, he injured his back at work. Arrico filed a workers’ compensation claim, then entered into two agreements with the city establishing a ...

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