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Workers’ Comp – Knee Injury – Change Of Condition – Timely Application (access required)

The Court of Appeals says claimant, who injured both knees while working for a waste management department but two years later went to work for another employer at a wage higher than her pre-injury wage, loses her appeal of the ...

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Workers’ Comp – Job Termination – Just Cause – Yelling At Employees (access required)

The Court of Appeals says an auto dealer’s service department could cut off workers’ comp benefits for claimant, who managed the vehicle detail department, after he hurt his wrists on the job, as the employer was justified in terminating claimant ...

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Employer goes for ‘team building,’ gets comp claim

An employer’s “mandatory fun day” backfired when it had to pay workers’ comp to an employee injured during a day of “team building.” Claimant Margie Kenney worked as an in-home therapist for Highlands Community Services in Southwest Virginia. She testified ...

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