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No Benefits for Worker Despite Employer's Admission of Neck Injury

Thursday, May 21, 2020 | 269 | 0 | 102 min read

A divided South Carolina Court of Appeals ruled that a worker is not entitled to benefits for a neck injury, even though his employer admitted he suffered an injury. Case: Frampton v. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, No. 5726, 05/13/2020, published.   Facts: Chisholm Frampton worked for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. He complained of neck pain and stiffness after riding in a pickup across a bumpy field in September 2010. Frampton reported pain to his supervisor and sought medical treatment. He was diagnosed with cervical and trapezius strains, then r...

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