Failure to Follow Notice Rule Curbs Effort to Cut Benefits
Portland, ME (WorkersCompensation.com) – When it comes to terminating an employee’s workers’ compensation benefits, employers should heed state notice requirements and the timelines they include.
That was the lesson a company learned in Somers v. S.D. Warren Company, No. WCB-20-60 (Me. 12/15/20), when its failure to send a required notice to a worker upended it’s push to end the worker’s benefits and drew criticism from the court about the company’s math ...
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