Significant decisions provide helpful information on the law, policies, or procedures. They follow an organized analysis, approach, or set of principles that are used by the Appeals Commission.
Every decision is based on facts and evidence of a certain case. Our Commissioners are not required to follow significant decisions, but they give an example of how issues are dealt with at the Appeals Commission.
Significant decisions for the most common issues of appeal are listed below.
Temporary Total Disability (TTD)
Economic Loss Payment (ELP) Calculation
Rehabilitation Services (Allowances)