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Workers' Comp – Selective Employment – Refusal – Driving Distance (access required)

A claimant who had been staying in Virginia, 200 miles from his residence in Pennsylvania, to work as a carpenter's helper cannot cite the distance from his Pennsylvania home as a justifiable reason to refuse selective employment as a punch-out operator proffered by the employer after claimant was injured on the job. At the evidentiary hearing, ...

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