Glean v. Fairfax County Government Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, 100721 VAWC, VA00001463910

Docket NºJurisdiction Claim VA00001463910
Case DateOctober 07, 2021
Jurisdiction Claim No. VA00001463910
Claim Administrator File No. FX 18 051258
Virginia In The Workers’ Compensation Commission
October 7, 2021
          Date of Injury: April 29, 2018          REVIEW on the record by Commissioner Marshall, Commissioner Newman, and Commissioner Rapaport at Richmond, Virginia.           Joseph Glean Claimant, pro se.           Benjamin R. Jacewicz, Esquire For the Defendant.          OPINION           NEWMAN, Commissioner          The claimant requested review of the Deputy Commissioner’s June 11, 2021 Opinion denying his October 28, 2020, November 9 and November 10, 2020 claims. We AFFIRM.          I. Material Proceedings          The claimant sustained compensable injuries in a fall suffered on April 29, 2018. On January 16, 2020, he was awarded medical benefits for abrasions to his head and left hand/wrist, and a contusion to his left hip/thigh. He was awarded temporary total disability for May 2 and May 3, 2018.          The claimant filed applications on April 23 and April 28, 2020, asserting entitlement to various benefits. Deputy Commissioner Munoz considered the matter on the record. He denied the applications, finding “no support for the multiple claims asserted by the claimant.” The full Commission affirmed the Deputy Commissioner’s findings in an October 21, 2020 Opinion.          The case comes before the Commission on the claimant’s October 28, 2020 and November 9 and November 10, 2020 claims asserting entitlement to 508 hours of sick leave, a pharmacy card, First Fill coverage benefits, and payment of medical bills.          Deputy Commissioner Lee denied the claims.          The claimant requests review.          II. Findings of Fact and Rulings of Law          The Deputy Commissioner considered three issues based upon the filed claims. First, the claimant sought reimbursement for all sick leave expended between April 29, 2018, and August 15, 2020, which he calculated to be 508 hours. The Deputy Commissioner held that periods already adjudicated in earlier Opinions by Deputy Commissioner Munoz and the full Commission were barred by res judicata. The Deputy Commissioner then considered the claimed periods of sick leave...

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