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Tag Archives: Neck Injury

Workers’ Compensation – Unsuitable Employment – Lower Wage — Failed Return to Work – Neck Injury – Back Pain Findings (access required)

Polston v. Ingles Markets Where the defendant-grocery store offered the injured plaintiff a U-Scan position (tending to self-serve check-out), and where that position would initially pay the same wage as plaintiff’s pre-injury position as deli manager but would pay a lower wage if she stayed in the position, the Industrial Commission could properly conclude that the U-Scan position was not suitable employment.

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Workers’ Compensation – Neck & Back Injury – Credibility – Bus Driver – Minor Collision – Medical Testimony (access required)

Garner v. Capital Area Transit. The plaintiff-bus driver's only medical evidence came from a doctor who relied on plaintiff's version of the collision of two buses, one of which rolled a few feet back and bumped plaintiff's stationary bus. Plaintiff's version of the accident . . .

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