Clarksburg, WV (WorkersCompensation.com) – The West Virginia Supreme Court overturned a jury’s decision to give $1.2 million to a FirstEnergy employee injured in 2013.
The 4-1 opinion found that the employee had not proven that the company had a deliberate intention to harm James J. Muto; the only way his injuries would not solely be covered by workers’ compensation.
Muto was a scrubber operator at FirstEnergy’s Harrison Power Station in January 2013. According ...
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