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Supreme Court Denies PPD Benefits for Worker's Knee Injury

Friday, February 9, 2024 | 0

The West Virginia Supreme Court upheld a finding that a worker was entitled to no permanent partial disability benefits for a knee injury. Case: Messer v. Autozone Inc., No. 22-604, 01/25/2024, published. Facts: Kelly Messer worked for Autozone Inc. as a sales manager. She reported injuring her knee at work in June 2018. A claims administrator for Autozone’s insurance provider accepted liability for a knee sprain. Dr. Bruce F. Haupt examined Messer in August 2019. He opined Messer had a medial meniscus tear that was related to the compensable injury. After receiving Haupt’s rep...

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