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Panel Finds Factory Worker's Shoulder Injury Wasn't Permanently and Totally Disabling

Thursday, March 1, 2018 | 246 | 0 | 6 min read

The Supreme Court of Tennessee’s Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel ruled that a factory worker was not permanently and totally disabled by a shoulder injury. Case: Harrison v. General Motors, No. M2016-02522-SC-R3-WC, 02/20/2018, published. Facts: James Harrison began working for the Saturn Corp., a General Motors subsidiary, in 1995. Since then, he has suffered numerous on-the-job injuries. In 2008, Harrison settled a workers’ compensation claim for a left shoulder injury in exchange for the payment of benefits based on a 15% vocational disability to the body as...

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