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Court Upholds Award for New/Omitted Condition

Thursday, May 21, 2020 | 214 | 0 | 34 min read

The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled that the Workers’ Compensation Board’s decision to award benefits for a new/omitted medical condition is consistent with the law of the case and supported by substantial evidence and reason. Case: In the Matter of the Compensation of Williams, Nos. 1200237 and A167310, 05/13/2020, published. Facts: David Williams worked for Baker County School District #61. While at work in March 2006, he fell through some rotting boards while walking on a ramp. Williams later described the pain as “like being kicked in the back by a horse.&rdquo...

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