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Injured Worker Not Entitled to Additional TTD for Depression

Thursday, January 25, 2024 | 0

An Ohio appellate court upheld a denial of temporary total disability benefits to an injured worker for her depression. Case: State ex rel. Rodgers v. Industrial Commission, No. 22AP-759, 01/23/2024, published. Facts and procedural history: Constance Rodgers worked for NAO Lordstown-Assembly. She injured her shoulder at work in 2006. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation determined that Rodgers was entitled to temporary total disability benefits for a right shoulder sprain/strain, degenerative joint disease and impingement syndrome. In April 2020, a staff hearing officer determine...

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