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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION APPEAL BOARD COMMONWEALTH PENNSYLVANIA v. DELLA MAE RUDOLPH (06/12/75)

decided: June 12, 1975.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION APPEAL BOARD OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE, EMBREEVILLE STATE HOSPITAL AND STATE WORKMEN'S INSURANCE FUND, INSURANCE CARRIER, APPELLEES,
v.
DELLA MAE RUDOLPH, APPELLANT



Appeal from the Order of the Workmen's Compensation Appeal Board in case of Della Mae Rudolph v. Department of Public Welfare, Embreeville State Hospital, No. A-68342.

COUNSEL

Diane Upson, for appellant.

Martin W. Bashoff, with him John E. O'Connor and James N. Diefenderfer, for appellees.

Judges Crumlish, Jr., Kramer and Rogers, sitting as a panel of three. Opinion by Judge Kramer.

Author: Kramer

[ 19 Pa. Commw. Page 626]

This is an appeal by Della Mae Rudolph (Rudolph) from an order of the Workmen's Compensation Appeal Board (Board), dated October 10, 1974, which affirmed a referee's decision holding that Rudolph's claim for workmen's compensation is barred by the statute of limitations.

The petinent facts in this case, as found by the referee, are as follows:

[ 19 Pa. Commw. Page 627]

"1. On 6-30-70, Della Mae Rudolph, claimant, was employed by the Department of Public Welfare, Embreeville State Hospital, defendant.

"3. On 6-30-70, claimant herein suffered a work connected accident and injury while engaged in the course of her normal work activities. Although claimant presented herself to the infirmary of defendant-employer on said date and filed an accident report, claimant did not become disabled nor did she terminate her work.

"4. Although claimant apparently lost a day here and a day there -- no specific days of lost work appear from the evidence -- claimant was not totally disabled from working until July of 1971, on which latter date she was hospitalized and disabled for a period of three and a half weeks. Thereafter, claimant returned to work.

"5. Defendant-employer was advised of claimant's accident and injury by accident report filed on 6-30-70.

"6. Claimant discussed her injury with a Mr. Passanante, personnel officer of defendant-employer, and Mr. Herman J. White of the Personnel Department of defendant-employer, as well as with a Mr. Kagle, an insurance adjuster for the carrier herein involved, at various times from 6-30-70 to sometime later in 1971. At no time was ...


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