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Supreme Court Denies Mandamus Relief for Self-Insured Employer Seeking Reimbursement

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 | 242 | 0 | 76 min read

The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that a self-insured employer was not entitled to mandamus relief compelling the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation to reimburse it for lump-sum payments made to two employees. Case: State ex rel. Manor Care Inc. v. Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, No. 2019-1046, 11/25/2020, published. Facts: Mozell Kelly and Katalin Palotay worked for Manor Care Inc., a self-insured employer. Kelly and Palotay received awards of permanent total disability benefits in the mid-1990s. Kelly and Palotay were also awarded relief fund benefits. The General Assembly created th...

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