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Worker, rendered paraplegic after crush accident, settles comp claim – $1,400,000 Settlement (access required)

The claimant was injured on Sept. 12, 2014, while working for PCA Inc. He suffered a crush injury resulting in fractured ribs, a burst fracture at T12/L1, right fracture at T11, fracture at L4, fracture to the coccygeal fragment and ...

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Workers’ Comp Commission rules heart attack was job-related – $304,393 Verdict (access required)

The claimant, on the date of his death, was employed as a police officer. Prior to joining the police force, he was subject to a pre-employment medical examination, which found the officer free of respiratory diseases, hypertension, cancer and heart ...

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