Workers’ compensation — Temporary partial disability — Where employer/carrier argued that claimant’s retirement was an intervening cause that broke the chain of causation between her compensable injuries and her loss of earnings, but there was an issue as to whether claimant’s retirement was entirely voluntary, judge of compensation claims is to make finding on remand as to whether claimant left her employment for unjustifiable reasons
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1228b
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