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Arizona: Post-Injury Wages from Wal-Mart Employee’s Second Job Part of Average Monthly Wage

For purposes of workers’ compensation benefits, the average monthly wage of a Wal-Mart employee should be computed not only upon the basis of the $9.60/hour he earned at the retailer, but also based upon the projected supplemental wages he would have earned working part-time for a landscaper, in...

Vermont: Employer Allowed Credit for Post-Injury “Wages” Paid under Collective Bargaining Agreement

In a divided decision, the Supreme Court of Vermont held that an employer should have been allowed a credit against future workers’ compensation benefits owed to an injured worker where the worker’s claim was initially denied and the employer accordingly paid claimant for a nonoccupational...