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Court: Groin Injury Claim Decision Improper

Monday, June 5, 2023 | 0

An Arizona appellate court has set aside an award in a workers' compensation case involving a grocery store employee who suffered an injury that led to the surgical removal of a testicle. In a Thursday decision, the Court of Appeals of Arizona ruled, mostly on technical grounds, that a permanent impairment award for Jeffrey Cantrell should be set aside and the matter should be returned to an administrative law judge. Cantrell injured his groin in 2017 while lifting a heavy object while working for Fry’s Food Stores of Arizona Inc. The injury required removal of his left testic...

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