Tennessee Supreme Court Affirms Employer's Duty To Pay Welder's Asthma Treatment

Tennessee Supreme Court Affirms Employer's Duty To Pay Welder's Asthma Treatment

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Tennessee Supreme Court entered a judgment April 10 adopting findings of fact by a three-justice panel of the court and awarded permanent workers' compensation disability benefits to a former welder who is under treatment for occupational asthma caused by exposure to welding fumes (Eric Grier v. Alstom Power Inc., No. 12-1394, Tenn. Sup.; 2013 Tenn. LEXIS 341).

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