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Commission Wrongly Sets Worker's MMI Date

Friday, July 10, 2020 | 267 | 0 | 702 min read

The Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission erroneously deprived a worker of three years of permanent total disability benefits by ignoring uncontradicted and unimpeached evidence as to when he reached maximum medical improvement. Case: Williams v. Treasurer of the State of Missouri, No. ED108319, 06/30/2020, published. Facts: Thomas Williams began working for the Hussmann Corp. in 1992. His job required pumping a pedal with his foot to raise equipment on an assembly line, and then stepping up to and down from a 1.5-foot-tall platform ...

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