Workers' Compensation

Compromise Agreement Failed to Specify 'Related' Injuries

, The Legal Intelligencer


Failing to include medical treatments for related injuries in a compromise and release agreement will disqualify an injured worker from receiving payments for treatments allegedly causally related to the work injury, despite having received past payments for treatment of the condition, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.

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