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Judge Failed to Adequately Explain Credibility Determinations in Granting Termination Petition

By WorkCompCentral

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 | 581 | 0 | 0 min read

The Commonwealth Court ruled that a workers’ compensation judge had failed to adequately explain her credibility determinations in granting an employer’s petition to terminate an employee’s benefits. Case: Schock v. WCAB (Brown’s Super Stores), No. 1352 C.D. 2016, 08/21/2017, unpublished. Facts: Sarah Schock worked for Brown’s Super Stores as a deli clerk. She slipped and fell while at work in April 2012, injuring her back. Brown’s carrier issued a notice of compensation payable for her medical treatment only. Schock then filed a petition seeking partial...

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