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Court Upholds Denial of PTD Benefits for Worker Injured in Bridge Collapse

Monday, April 1, 2024 | 0

An Ohio appellate court upheld the denial of permanent total disability benefits for a worker who suffered multiple injuries, including the partial amputation of his leg, in a bridge collapse. Jeffrey A. Parrish suffered injuries in a 1989 bridge collapse. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation determined he was entitled to benefits for a broken leg, the partial amputation of his left leg, an elbow injury, a spine fracture, osteoarthritis in his wrist, depression, carpal tunnel syndrome and nerve lesions. In October 2003, Dr. Jeffrey L. Stambough opined that Parrish had a 39% impairm...

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