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Worker With Preexisting Cardiac, Knee Conditions Gets PTD Award After Foot Injury

Thursday, October 14, 2021 | 0

The Missouri Court of Appeals overturned a denial of permanent total disability benefits to a worker with a history of cardiac and knee issues after he suffered an injury to his foot. Case: Wilson v. Treasurer, No. WD84420, 09/28/2021, published. Facts: William Wilson has a ninth-grade education and suffers from dyslexia. He underwent surgery to repair ligaments in his right knee in 1979 and reconstruction on his right knee in 1987. Wilson had a second right knee reconstruction in 1988 and a right knee replacement in 2011. Wilson had surgery on his left knee in 1992 and 1994. He ...

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