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Store’s Step Stool Caused Clerk’s Fall (access required)

A convenience store clerk who used a company-provided step stool to stock higher shelves in the store cooler wins workers’ comp benefits for the “Jones fracture” to his foot that occurred when he stepped down from the step stool at work; the Court of Appeals upholds the commission decision reversing the deputy commissioner. The commission based ...

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