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Supreme Court Panel Denies Compensability of Medical Treatment for Worker's Shoulder

Monday, April 15, 2019 | 76 | 0 | 42 min read

A three-judge panel of the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the denial of a worker’s claim for continued treatment of a shoulder injury from almost a decade earlier. Case: Appeal of Kennett, No. 2018-0151, 04/11/2019, unpublished.   Facts: Angela Kennett suffered injuries to her shoulder in 2009 while working for LaPerle's IGA, a specialty grocery store. She underwent surgery in 2011. After the surgery, her doctor reported that Kennett had "perceived weakness" in her shoulder, but her range of motion was "full and painless." Kennett underwent an indepen...

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