What Do You Think: Did Teacher Experience 'Sudden Mechanical or Structural Change'?
Alexandria, VA (WorkersCompensation.com) – When a worker has pain following a workplace accident, how much does that pain have to connect to a pinpoint moment when something specific went wrong?
That question recently came before Virginia’s highest court, which had to address whether an accident actually caused the injury at issue in a case.
A math teacher for a Virginia school district slipped on a puddle on her classroom floor and fell on her right side. She was taken by ...
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