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Stalled case points to woes in city's disability system

Delays since 2000 accident keep hurt officer on payroll

By Molly Feit
Globe Correspondent / April 22, 2008

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Next month, it will be three years since the Boston Police Department asked the city's Retirement Board to promptly consider an accidental disability retirement for a detective who had been involved in a serious car crash. That was five years after the accident itself, and the multiple surgeries and debilitating pain it brought for Sergeant Detective Maureen E. Parolin. (Full article: 1260 words)

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