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Supreme Court Says Worker's Death Didn't Foreclose Widow from Seeking Additional Benefits

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, March 29, 2016 | 620 | 0 | 11 min read

The Idaho Supreme Court ruled that the state's comp scheme allows for the survivability of income benefits for permanent partial disability in excess of a permanent partial impairment rating. Case: Mayer v. TPC Holdings, No. 43468, 03/24/2016, published. Facts: Keith Mayer injured his back while working for TPC Holdings in June 2012. He began collecting medical and time loss benefits from TPC. In September 2013, Mayer's doctors opined he had reached maximum medical improvement. He then saw two different doctors at the request of TPC. One opined that Mayer had a 14% impairment and th...

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