FindLaw Daily Opinion Summaries for New York Court of Appeals - 01/11/07

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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, HEALTH LAW, LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW, PER CURIAM, WORKERS' COMPENSATION

Somers v. Demco, No. 46 SSM 38 (N.Y. January 11, 2007)
Workers' Compensation Law section 15(8)(f), as interpreted by the Court of Appeals, provides that the statutory 104-week time limitation for filing a notice or claim of the right to reimbursement from the Special Disability Fund does not apply to a case that has been closed without a finding of permanent disability and then reopened, even when the closure occurs more than 104 weeks after the date of disability.
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