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Worker's Death Moots Claims, Makes Injury Dispute Nonjusticiable

Friday, December 3, 2021 | 0

The Mississippi Court of Appeals ruled that a worker’s death rendered her workers’ compensation claims for two accidents moot and that a dispute between insurance carriers about whether the second accident was a compensable component of the first was not an issue that could be decided as part of the cases. Julia Miller worked for the Mississippi Department of Economic and Community Development. She filed a workers’ compensation claim seeking benefits for injuries she sustained when she slipped and fell at work in March 1995. The department admitted liability, paying in...

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