Meat Cutter's Mold-Related Claims Stand Under Hawaii's Presumption
Honolulu, HI (WorkersCompensation.com) – A supermarket’s IME reports didn’t answer a meat cutter’s laboratory evidence of elevated levels of mycotoxins in his body.
As a result, the supermarket wasn’t able to rebut Hawaii’s presumption of compensability, leading the state’s supreme court to overturn a ruling against the meat cutter’s claims for benefits related to “pervasive” mold.
Mold, Health Problems
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