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No Benefits for Retail Clerk for Alleged Back Injury

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, March 2, 2018 | 193 | 0 | 1 min read

The Arkansas Court of Appeals upheld a denial of benefits to a retail worker for an alleged back injury that she did not report to her employer until more than a month had elapsed. Case: Gunter v. Bill’s Super Foods, No. CV-17-733, 02/21/2018, published. Facts: Deborah Diann Gunter worked at a Bill's Super Foods as a cashier. She allegedly injured herself while picking up a 50-pound bag of dog food while at work in January 2015. According to Gunter, she felt a “muscle pull” as she was lifting the bag and woke up “stiff” the next morning. Gun...

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