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Repetitive motion not occupational disease (access required)

High court reverses Appeals coverage ruling By Robert SmithMidford, News Editor A repetitive motion condition is not compensable as an occupational disease, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled, reversing a controversial 1992 Court of Appeals' decision. The Supreme Court found that while a condition might be compensable if it meets a six-prong statutory causation test, it must also ...

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