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Court Upholds Occupational Disease Award for Insulation Installer's Neck Condition

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, February 11, 2019 | 383 | 0 | 6 min read

The Washington Court of Appeals upheld an award of benefits to an insulation installer on his occupational disease claim, finding substantial evidence supported a trial judge’s ruling, and that the judge had not denied the employer due process or considered improper evidence. Case: Masco Corp. v. Angulo, No. 77478-6-I, 02/05/2019, unpublished. Facts: Carlos Angulo worked as an insulation installer for the Masco Corp. for 19 years. In January 2013, Angulo injured his back while at work. He underwent surgery in May 2013. Masco is a self-insured employer and accepted liability. Sho...

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