The legislative purpose behind the temporary partial disability benefit statute, C.G.S. §31-308(a), is to enable someone injured while working for a Connecticut employer, once they are released back to work, to receive benefits while working a light duty job in their local community and the term "locality" as described in Chapter 568 does not include a community in Florida.
Santiago-Vivo v. City of Bridgeport
Compensation Review Board
January 14, 2013
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