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Employee’s Attendance Defeats Noncooperation Claim (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms the commission decision rejecting employer’s application to terminate employee’s disability benefits for unjustifiable noncooperation with vocational rehabilitation; the court finds credible record evidence of cooperation, including employee’s attendance at most of his appointments with employer’s assigned vocational rehabilitation counselor. Employee has a ninth grade education and bipolar disorder. He suffered ...

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