Workers’ Compensation – Causation – Left Ankle – Successive InjuriesHolmes v. Carolina Services of Fayetteville Plaintiff reached maximum medical improvement from his Sept. 19, 2003 compensable left ankle injury by Sept. 10, 2007 and accepted benefits for a 12 percent permanent impairment of the ankle. Plaintiff’s current left foot and ankle condition results from an April 8, 2009 motorcycle accident in which he sustained a severe open grade III left ankle fracture-dislocation.
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Published: December 2, 2011
Time posted: 9:32 am
Tags: Causation, Left Ankle, Successive Injuries, Workers’ Compensation