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Court Rejects Constitutional Challenge to Act 111's Credit Provisions

Tuesday, July 5, 2022 | 0

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania rejected a worker’s claim that Act 111’s provisions allowing employers to credit previously paid benefits weeks are unconstitutional. Case: DiPaolo v. UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital (WCAB), No. 878 C.D. 2021, 06/13/2022, published. Facts and procedural history: Angela DiPaolo worked for the UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital. After she suffered an injury at work in August 2008, the hospital began paying her temporary total disability benefits. In May 2011, DiPaolo underwent an impairment rating evaluation. She received a 6% impairment rat...

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