The Board grants the motion to dismiss the claimant’s DACD petition seeking compensation for permanency on the basis that a prior Board decision had determined that, while the claimant sustained injuries to those body parts, they had resolved.

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Judge rules that a prior final compensation order did not predict that permanent total disability benefits would flow from the award in that the claimant intended, but did not, undergo a surgery to alleviate the work-related injury.

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Absent a sufficient basis for the Division of Workers’ Compensation to assert jurisdiction over an underlying workers’ compensation claim, Division cannot assert jurisdiction over an extraterritorial medical provider application derived from that claim.

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