Wage Loss Must Be Attributable to Work Injury for Award of Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Michigan Compensation Appellate Commission Reiterates Fundamental Precept to Receipt of Workers’ Compensation Benefits

In Scott v. Chrysler.2013 ACO 71, the Michigan Compensation Appellate Commission provides a current and relevant analysis of the meaning and import of the principle in workers’ compensation law that a claimant must prove his or her work-related injury, however valid, is the true cause of the reason for wage loss, i.e., the reason that he or […]