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PPD Awards Under Old Law Count Toward New Cap

Tuesday, November 23, 2021 | 0

A divided Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals ruled that an injured worker who received permanent partial disability benefits prior to the effective date of the Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act was subject to its 350-week cap and that his awards issued before the law took effect had to be counted against the limit. Case: Feeler v. City of Tulsa, No. 118720, decided 04/12/2021, mandate issued 11/17/2021, published. Facts and procedural history: Kenneth Billy Feeler worked for the City of Tulsa. He suffered an injury to the neck in December 2017. Feeler had received 310.85 week...

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