Workers' Compensation

Did the Commonwealth Court Decide the Retroactive Effect of 'Protz'?

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In June, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared Section 306(a.2), the impairment rating evaluation provisions of the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act, to be unconstitutional under Article I, Section II of the Pennsylvania Constitution pursuant to the nondelegation doctrine in Protz v. Workers' Compensation Appeal Board (Derry Area Schchool District), 161 A.3d 827 (Pa. 2017) (Protz II)

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