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Court Revives Employer's Motion for Sanctions Against Worker for 24 Years of Frivolous Filings

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, October 2, 2017 | 188 | 0 | 0 min read

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that an employer’s request for disciplinary action against a worker who has been filing repetitive claims for more than 24 years was not rendered moot by the dismissal of the latest meritless claim. Case: Collins v. Detroit Radiator Corp., No. 333237, 09/26/2017, unpublished. Facts and procedural history: Rodney Collins suffered a back injury in 1993 while working for the Detroit Radiator Corp. He received benefits for a lumbosacral sprain for a three-month period. Since then, he has filed 14 applications for mediation or a hearing before ...

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