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Attorney succeeded on a motion to terminate the workers' compensation benefits of a petitioner previously found to be totally and permanently disabled

Attorney succeeded on a motion to terminate the workers' compensation benefits of a petitioner previously found to be totally and permanently disabled. The petitioner had received an award of permanent total disability from a compensable accident, entitling him to benefits for the rest of his life. After 450 weeks of benefits, surveillance found him working on a car. Based on the surveillance, the attorney filed the motion to terminate, which was tried in parts over four years. The petitioner's benefits were ordered completely terminated by the court based upon a finding that the petitioner was less than credible and was capable of gainful employment.

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