MO: Claimant Loses Permanent Total Claim When Her Vocational Expert Concedes She Can Be Trained As Cashier

The court of appeals rejected claimant's PTD claim against the second injury fund based on inconsistent opinions of her vocational expert. Carkeek v Treasurer of the State of Mo. , WD 73377 (Mo. App. Oct. 11, 2011) (Free Download), affirmed an award of PPD but a denial of PTD benefits awarded by...

MO: Claimant Loses Permanent Total Claim When Her Vocational Expert Concedes She Can Be Trained As Cashier

The court of appeals rejected claimant's PTD claim against the second injury fund based on inconsistent opinions of her vocational expert. Carkeek v Treasurer of the State of Mo. , WD 73377 (Mo. App. Oct. 11, 2011) (Free Download), affirmed an award of PPD but a denial of PTD benefits awarded by...

Missouri Second Injury Fund: Is It Time to Re-Define Disability?

No case highlights the financial crisis of Missouri’s second injury better than the recent case of Skirvin v Treasurer of State of Mo. WD 75441 (Mo. App. 2013), 2013 Mo App. Lexis 84 , which describes the Fund’s incapacity to pay millions of dollars in awarded benefits. One issue underlying...

Missouri Second Injury Fund: Is It Time to Re-Define Disability?

No case highlights the financial crisis of Missouri’s second injury better than the recent case of Skirvin v Treasurer of State of Mo. WD 75441 (Mo. App. 2013), 2013 Mo App. Lexis 84 , which describes the Fund’s incapacity to pay millions of dollars in awarded benefits. One issue underlying...

Missouri Second Injury Fund: Is It Time to Re-Define Disability?

No case highlights the financial crisis of Missouri’s second injury better than the recent case of Skirvin v Treasurer of State of Mo. WD 75441 (Mo. App. 2013), 2013 Mo App. Lexis 84 , which describes the Fund’s incapacity to pay millions of dollars in awarded benefits. One issue underlying...