Brown v. Industrial Commission - Arizona Court of Appeals

Brown v. Industrial Commission

By Arizona Court of Appeals

  • Release Date - Published: 1991-03-05
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Arizona Court of Appeals
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Petitioner Shirley Brown, injured her back on October 17, 1982, while working for K Mart. Her claim for workers compensation benefits was accepted and eventually closed with a finding of permanent partial disability, but no loss of earning capacity. Five years later, on October 23, 1987, Brown filed a petition for rearrangement. The petition was granted and she was awarded $269.30 per month for a loss of earning capacity of over 52%. K Mart protested the award and requested a hearing. Thereafter, the parties entered into a compromise and settlement agreement in which it was provided that, as consideration for K Marts payment to Brown of $22,000

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