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Frequent Breaks Meant No ‘Full Duty’ Job (access required)

Although a city laborer returned to “full duty” after he injured his hip, his need to take frequent breaks meant he operated under a job restriction, for purposes of determining when he could file a change-in-condition application, and the Court of Appeals says the commission did not err in awarding the laborer permanent partial disability ...