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Shoulder pain not compensable consequence of prior injury (access required)

Where claimant injured his right should in a work-related incident, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission correctly determined that appellant’s subsequent pain in his left shoulder was not a compensable consequence of his initial injury. Contradictory evidence “Claimant argues that the Commission erred in failing to find that his left shoulder condition was a compensable consequence of his ...