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‘Frozen Shoulder’ Not Compensable Consequence (access required)

A school custodian cannot collect workers’ comp for “frozen shoulder” as a compensable consequence of the fractured sternum she suffered when a supervisor assaulted her as she cleaned a classroom, and the Court of Appeals affirms judgment for the school board that employed her. The commission concluded claimant did not satisfy her burden of proving she ...

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