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Worker Can't Maintain Appeal on Motion to Compel Without There Being a Hearing on Motion

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, February 2, 2016 | 439 | 0 | 0 min read

The Connecticut Appellate court ruled that a self-represented worker could not maintain his challenge to a motion to compel his deposition without there being a hearing before a workers' compensation commissioner on the merits of the motion. Anthony Lazzari worked for northeastern supermarket chain Stop & Shop, seen here in a photo by Flickr user Anthony92931. Case: Lazzari v. The Stop & Shop Supermarket, No. 37325, 02/02/2016, published. Facts: Anthony Lazzari filed a workers' compensation claim alleging he had suffered an on-the-job injury while working for the Stop &...

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