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Workers’ Compensation – Pre-existing Lupus – Back Injury — Stubborn, Unfounded Litigiousness – Claim Acceptance – Unilateral Termination – Job Offer – Unsuitable (access required)

Williams v. WEB Dubois Community Development Although plaintiff has been on Social Security Disability since 1993 as a result of a non-work-related lupus condition, prior to her work injury, plaintiff was able to work 50 to 55 hours per week at the defendant-employer’s counseling center. Even if some accommodations were made for plaintiff prior to the date of injury consistent with the employer’s obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, plaintiff had the capacity to earn wages prior to her Nov. 20, 2008 injury.

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