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Workers’ Comp – Med Pay – Hernia Injury – Willful Misconduct – Safety Rule (access required)

A claimant who worked for a granite fabricator and lifted heavy pieces of granite “pretty much all day long,” including the 200-pound piece he lifted when he sustained a hernia injury that required surgical repair, can collect workers’ comp medical benefits, and the Court of Appeals rejects the argument that claimant violated a safety ...

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