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Salesman Marketed within Capacity (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission decision awarding a 63-year old auto parts salesman temporary partial disability benefits; employee worked within the tolerance of his physical condition; his own testimony, corroborated by his wife, sufficiently established ...

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House denies fix for comp presumption

The House of Delegates Wednesday squelched a legislative effort to help injured workers who cannot recall the circumstances of their accident. The House rejected a proposal by Gov. Bob McDonnell to clarify that a presumption in favor of coverage applies ...

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