Odd Lot Doctrine

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In the context of disability insurance , the doctrine is that although a worker can be physically capable of performing some work, because of lack of skills and intelligence and because of advanced age it is as a practical matter impossible for him to find suitable work; in such situations, under the doctrine, court may find permanent and total disability . See price v state Acc. Ins. Fund, 549 P.2d 533, 25 Or.App. 369

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