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CITY MAY CUT PAYMENTS TO FIREFIGHTER WHO REFUSED ALTERNATE JOB Milici v. Workers' Comp. App. Bd.

19 No. 9 ANTCLR 7Andrews Toxic Chemicals Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

CITY MAY CUT PAYMENTS TO FIREFIGHTER WHO REFUSED ALTERNATE JOB Milici v. Workers' Comp. App. Bd.

19 No. 9 ANTCLR 7Andrews Toxic Chemicals Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

19 No. 9 Andrews Toxic Chemicals Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Toxic Chemicals Litigation Reporter
August 24, 2001
Toxic Irritants
Copyright (c) 2001 Andrews Publications

CITY MAY CUT PAYMENTS TO FIREFIGHTER WHO REFUSED ALTERNATE JOB

Milici v. Workers' Comp. App. Bd.

A Philadelphia firefighter injured on the job when he inhaled toxic irritants impermissibly refused alternate employment within his capabilities, and the city therefore has the right to reduce his workers' compensation benefits, the Pennsylvania...
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