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Employer Hit With Fees for Failure to Timely File Notice of Compensation Payable

Monday, September 14, 2020 | 189 | 0 | 118 min read

The Commonwealth Court ruled that a worker is entitled to an award of attorney fees from his employer due to its delay in filing a notice of compensation payable. Case: Gabriel v. WCAB (Procter and Gamble Products Co.), 1499 C.D. 2019, 09/11/2020, published. Facts: David Gabriel worked for the Procter and Gamble Products Co. He suffered a puncture wound while removing steel wire from bales of pulp at work on Feb. 27, 2016. Gabriel notified Procter of the injury on March 7, 2016. The company did not issue a notice of denial or of compensation payable within 21 days of receiving notice o...

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