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No Causation Burden for Employer (access required)

In an employer’s appeal alleging claimant unjustifiably refused selective employment, the Court of Appeals says the commission erred in finding that employer had the burden of raising causation in its hearing application, and in deciding the issue of causation was not properly before it. Claimant was injured at her job with Wal-Mart when she became tangled ...

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