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Failure to Contact Was Unjustified Refusal (access required)

The Court of Appeals summarily affirms the commission’s termination of benefits after employee failed to contact his employer for work after being released to work. Employee suffered a compensable injury in February 2008, and was paid medical and disability benefits through Dec. 29, 2009, when he failed to call to request work. Employee was released ...

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