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Shoulder injury did not ‘arise from employment’ (access required)

Where appellant claimed he injured his shoulder when he used only “minimal force” to tug on plastic wrap surrounding two boxes to move them forward on a pallet, an administrative determination that the injury did not arise from his employment is affirmed. The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission “did not err in concluding that appellant failed to ...