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Court Upholds Award of PTD, Penalties Following Reopening of Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, January 11, 2019 | 118 | 0 | 192 min read

The Iowa Court of Appeals upheld an award of permanent total disability benefits and penalties to a worker following the reopening of her claim. Case: Pella Corp. v. Winn, No. 17-1545, 01/09/2019, published. Facts and procedural history: Diana Winn worked for the Pella Corp. She filed a workers’ compensation claim asserting she had suffered injuries at work in August 2008. Pella and Winn told the Iowa workers' compensation commissioner that there was no dispute over temporary total or permanent partial disability benefits, so Winn was awarded medical benefits. In September 2...

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