What Do You Think: Was Former Birthing Assistant 'Odd Lot' Worker?
When it came time to decide what a worker’s loss of earning capacity was, an Arizona court was faced with determining how many jobs would be available to a worker in his 60s who couldn’t read and write in any language and was unable to speak English.
While working as a birthing assistant for a dairy farm, the worker experienced a partially torn rotator cuff. The farm’s carrier accepted the claim and closed it with a 15 percent permanent impairment to the worker’s right ...
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