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The plaintiff thereupon embarked on five years of hearings, appeals and reconsiderations before the disability subcommittee of the ERSRI and the full board, with conflicting medical opinions presented from five independent medical evaluations and treating clinicians on the questions of whether Borrelli was disabled due to a back injury or PTSD.
With ERSRI's failure to conduct a "meaningful review" of the evidence, its decision was vacated and the case was remanded back to the agency with instructions to re-examine the evidence and produce the required findings of fact.
28-33-45(a), a Superior Court judge has ruled.<br />The defendant Employees' Retirement System of the State of Rhode Island argued that 36-10-31 explicitly requires ERSRI to offset any monies received by public sector employees pursuant to the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act against sums payable under a disability retirement pension.<br />Judge Maureen B.