Settlement Signed By Husband Doesn't Apply To Widow, Court Finds
Annapolis, MD (WorkersCompensation.com) – A settlement agreement signed by a firefighter doesn’t prevent his widow from seeking death benefits, a Maryland Appeals Court has found.
The court, in the case In the Matter of Collins, a settlement agreement in a disability case signed by a husband, should not prevent a wife from seeking death benefits through workers’ compensation.
The case centers around Bernard Collins who worked for the Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department. In ...
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