Death Cases: Dependent’s Estate (Court of Appeals)

Ohio Workers’ Compensation Decisions
(Court of Appeals)

Death: Dependent’s Estate

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Largent v. Sticker Corp. (11/28/11)

Only dependent, not estate, is entitled to pursue allowance if claim has not been filed before employee’s death.

Vote: 2-1
Opinion by: Judge Cannon
Appellate District: 11

McKenney, State ex rel. v. Indus. Comm. (3/8/05)

Dependent entitled to payment of permanent partial compensation which would have been paid to spouse had spouse lived; however, estate of dependent is not entitled to payments which would have been made to spouse after dependent died.

Vote: 2-1
Opinion by: Judge Sadler
Appellate District: 10

Rodgers v. Ford Motor Co. (3/3/03)

Dependant’s death claim, which had not been allowed, is abated by death of claimed dependent.

Vote: 3-0
Opinion by: Judge Edwards
Appellate District: 5