Hammering yet another nail into the coffin of claimants’ hopes of benefits for work-related stress injuries, a majority of the Commonwealth Court en banc has reversed its own decision to award benefits to a stressed-out worker.

The case had once been thought of as a bright spot for claimants, but the state Supreme Court’s decision in Metropolitan Edison, PICS Case No. 98-2100 (Pa. Sept. 30, 1998) Zappala, J. (10 pages), appears to be dimming that light by the minute.

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