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Missouri: Arthritic Findings Defeat Causation on Shoulder Case
Posted on 23 Mar 2012 by Martin Klug

A claimant must demonstrate not only that he had an "accident" but also an "injury." An injury is not compensable unless the accident was the prevailing factor in both the medical condition and disability. Claimant had an "accident"... Read More

Missouri: Arthritic Findings Defeat Causation on Shoulder Case
Posted on 23 Mar 2012 by Martin Klug

A claimant must demonstrate not only that he had an "accident" but also an "injury." An injury is not compensable unless the accident was the prevailing factor in both the medical condition and disability. Claimant had an "accident"... Read More

MO: Fall Out Of Bed Defeats Causation
Posted on 13 Oct 2010 by Martin Klug

A company president tripped over a telephone cord at work but failed to prove her radius fractures arose from work and not from falling out of bed the following morning. The court in Bond v Site Line Surveying , WD 72142 (Mo. App. 10-12-10), agreed that... Read More

MO: Employer Owes for Heart Attack After Work-Related Arm Surgery
Posted on 8 Jul 2011 by Martin Klug

An employer owes for a heart attack after a work-related arm surgery, according to a recent Commission decision which modified a denial of benefits. The administrative law judge found the claimant failed to show work was the prevailing factor in light... Read More