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PA Supreme Court Clarifies No Suspension of Benefits For Time Served Before Conviction

Abasic for stoppage of workers’ compensation benefits in Pennsylvania is incarceration post-conviction. The general rule under Section 306(a.1) of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act is that an employer is not required to pay wage loss benefits for any period during which an employee is “incarcerated after a conviction.”

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