Workers’ Compensation – 1976 Agreement – No Consideration – Permanent & Total Disability – Medical Expenses & IndemnitySenter v. C.T. Wilson Construction Co. In 1973, plaintiff suffered a compensable accident in which he permanently lost the use of both legs. The Industrial Commission should not have approved plaintiff’s 1976 agreement with defendants, for which plaintiff received no consideration, and which allowed defendants to cease payment of benefits if plaintiff returned to work.
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Published: December 2, 2011
Time posted: 9:31 am
Tags: 1976 Agreement, Medical Expenses & Indemnity, No Consideration, Permanent Total Disability, Workers’ Compensation