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Employer's Provision of Prescription Card Wasn't Payment of 'Compensation'

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 | 572 | 0 | 0 min read

The Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that an employer’s provision of a “prescription card” does not constitute a payment of “compensation” that would start the clock on the employer’s ability to controvert a worker’s claim. Case: Kendrick v. SRA Track, No. A17A0094, 06/20/2017, published. Facts: Charles Kendrick worked for SRA Track, a company that provided repair services to railroad tracks running through Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. In January 2013, SRA sent Kendrick to work on a project in Alabama. He left his home in ...

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