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Employer Can't Appeal Judgment Awarding Worker Unspecified Amount of Past Medical Benefits

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, March 5, 2018 | 173 | 0 | 27 min read

The Alabama Court of Civil Appeals ruled that a trial judge’s failure to make a specific finding as to the amount that an injured worker’s employer was required to pay to cover past medical expenses meant that there was no final judgment for the employer to appeal. Case: Jasper Water Works and Sewer Board v. Dunn, No. 2160666, 02/23/2018, published. Facts and procedural history: Jerry Dunn worked for the Jasper Water Works and Sewer Board. After he suffered an on-the-job injury, he filed a workers’ compensation claim. A Walker Circuit Court judge entered judgment finding t...

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