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No TTD for Worker After Adding Depression to Claim

Thursday, February 27, 2020 | 216 | 0 | 76 min read

An Ohio appellate court upheld the denial of temporary total disability benefits to a worker after his claim was expanded to include a diagnosis for his depression. Case: State ex rel. Burns v. Industrial Commission, No. 18AP-785, 02/20/2020, published. Facts and procedural history: Dana W. Burns suffered injuries in November 1991 as a recruit for the City of Columbus Police Academy. The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation accepted Burns’ claim for injuries to his head and neck. Burns received temporary total disability benefits until April 2014, when a district hearing officer foun...

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