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Workers’ Comp – Total Incapacity – Crushing Injury – Pain Syndrome (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a workers’ comp award to an employee who suffered a work-related crushing injury to his right arm and who continued to have post-surgical pain in his right shoulder and an apparent reflux sympathetic dystrophy in his right hand. Credible evidence supports the commission’s finding of temporary total disability. Claimant, post-surgery, ...

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