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CASE NO. 3574 CRB-08-97-03
COMPENSATION REVIEW BOARD
WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION
MAY 2, 1997
CITY OF MERIDEN
Respondent filed a Petition for Review March 24, 1997 from the Trial Commissioner acting for the Eighth District’s March 5, 1997 Findings of Facts and Award. In said Finding the commissioner concluded that the respondent employer violated Sec. 31-290a and ordered pursuant to Sec-31-290a reinstatement of claimant’s wages, re-establishment of employee benefits and attorney fees plus costs.
Respondent’s appeal to this board is dismissed pursuant to our decision in Rondini v. Tectonic Industries, 10 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 210, 1231 CRD-6-91-5 (Dec. 4, 1992) and for the reasons set forth in Deming v. State of Connecticut/ Department of Veterans Affairs, 03523 CRB-02-97-01 (Feb. 26, 1997). Also see, Czekala v. United Technologies Corp./Sikorsky Aircraft Div., 15 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 287, 3325 CRB-4-96-4 (June 20, 1996); Morales v. Hydro Conduit Corp., 13 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 10, 2155 CRB-6-94-9 (October 17, 1994); Erisoty v. Merrow Machine Co., 11 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 131, 1639 CRB-6-93-2 (June 25, 1993).
For all the above reasons, the respondents appeal is dismissed.
Jesse M. Frankl, Chairman
Compensation Review Board
Workers’ Compensation Commission