Workers’ Compensation – Written Notice – Untimely – No Prejudice – Actual Knowledge – Investigation & Treatment – Appeals – InterlocutoryGregory v. W.A. Brown & Sons Even though plaintiff's written notice of her compensable injury was not timely, since the defendant-employer had actual notice of the injury, had an opportunity to investigate, and helped plaintiff get prompt medical attention, defendants were not prejudiced by the untimeliness of the written notice. We affirm the Industrial Commission's award of benefits.
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Published: June 8, 2011
Time posted: 7:56 pm
Tags: actual knowledge, appeals, interlocutory, investigation & treatment, no prejudice, Untimely, Workers' Compensation, written notice