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Bode v. Connecticut Mason, The Learning Corridor OCIP, 5805 CRB-3-12-11 (December 3, 2013).
Claimant appealed trier’s findings pursuant to remand from Appellate Court relative to claimant’s eligibility for temporary total disability benefits. (See Bode v. Connecticut Mason Contractors, The Learning Corridor, 5423 CRB-3-09-2 (March 3, 2010), aff’d and rev’d in part, 130 Conn. App. 672 (2011), cert. denied, 302 Conn. 942 (2011). CRB affirmed, noting that trier’s findings were in accordance with remand directive and issues raised by claimant on appeal were well outside scope of trier’s findings. CRB also rejected claimant’s attempt to submit additional medical records. See also, Bode, § 31-301-9, § 31-307.
Day v. Middletown, 16 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 200, 3264 CRB-8-96-2 (May 20, 1997), appeal dismissed for lack of jurisdiction, A.C. 17283 (September 17, 1997), cert. granted, 243 Conn. 939 (1997), rev’d and remanded to appellate court, 245 Conn. 437 (1998), aff’d, 59 Conn. App. 816 (2000), cert. denied, 254 Conn. 945 (2000).
Supreme Court ruled in Day v. Middletown, 245 Conn. 437 (1998), that the Appellate Court should not have dismissed the defendant’s appeal for lack of jurisdiction, as § 31-301b allows an attorney to appeal a decision reducing his fee. See also, Day, § 31-327.