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Workers’ Comp – Arising Out Of – Truck Stair-Step Height (access required)

Medical evidence indicated that claimant truck driver’s ruptured quad tendon in his left leg occurred when he attempted to step up into a tractor-trailer cab, but claimant testified the 16-inch “slightly higher than normal” step created no unusual problem for him, and the commission did not err in denying workers’ comp benefits, the Court of ...

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