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Injured Worker Can't Relitigate Condition Years After Benefits Were Suspended

Friday, September 8, 2023 | 0

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled that a worker could not relitigate his condition years after adjudication suspended his benefits. Case: Clark v. Keystone Lawn Spray (WCAB), No. 1468 C.D. 2022, 09/06/2023, published. Facts and procedural history: Stephen Clark suffered injuries in 1982 while working for Keystone Lawn Spray. The company accepted the injuries as compensable. In 1988, a referee granted Keystone’s petition to terminate Clark’s benefits as of 1983 because of the availability of work. In 1993, Clark filed two petitions c...

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