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Guaranty Association Tenders Proper Payment Despite Omission of Suffix

Tuesday, December 14, 2021 | 0

The Connecticut Appellate Court upheld a determination that the Connecticut Insurance Guaranty Association properly make a payment to an injured worker by mailing his attorney a check bearing his name, but without the suffix “Jr.” Case: Austin v. Coin Depot Corp., No. AC 44135, 12/07/2021, published. Facts: Howard Austin Jr. worked for the Coin Depot Corp. He suffered a compensable back injury in 2001. In 2003, Austin and Coin Depot entered into a voluntary agreement that documented a 30% permanent partial disability of the spine. Initially, Kemper Services was the insurer resp...

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