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Workers’ Comp – Limitations – Prejudice To Claimant – Proper Standard (access required)

The Court of Appeals reverses the commission’s decision that this comp claim, for a fall in a packing plant’s “bacon room,” is barred by the two-year statute of limitations in Va. Code § 65.2-601, because the commission applied the wrong standard when it said claimant needed to show a wrongful act on the part of ...

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