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Ohio Worker’s Claim Suspended After Refusal to Undergo Psychological Testing

An Ohio appellate court recently held that the state’s Industrial Commission did not err when it suspended the claim of an injured worker based on his refusal to undergo psychological testing [State ex rel. Calhoun v. Industrial Comm’n of Ohio, … Continue reading

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Maine Employer May Suspend Comp Benefits to Employee Who Mysteriously Disappeared

In a case with a bizarre setting—the injured employee mysteriously disappeared in March 2012, after being awarded and receiving workers’ compensation disability benefits for almost three years—the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine has affirmed a decision by the state’s Workers’ … Continue reading

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