Workers’ Compensation – Disability – Burden of Proof – Total vs. Partial – Suitable PositionHarrell v. Edgecombe County Public Schools Plaintiff showed that, after her injury, she did not earn the same wages she had earned before her injury. Such proof only showed partial disability, and plaintiff received the 300 weeks of temporary partial disability benefits to which she was entitled, plus permanent partial disability benefits.
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Published: June 12, 2012
Time posted: 4:49 pm
Tags: burden of proof, disability, Suitable Position, Total vs. Partial, Workers' Compensation