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Police Employee Failed to Link Shoulder Injuries to Work

Thursday, October 17, 2019 | 177 | 0 | 182 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that a police department employee failed to establish that her injuries were related to her work of handling evidence. Case: Matter of Barker v. New York City Police Department, No. 526796, 10/03/2019, published. Facts: Nielda Barker worked for the New York City Police Department for 29 years. Her job as a property control specialist involved scanning and storing bags of evidence at the police precinct, tracking and storing evidence, and loading and transporting evidence to storage facilities. In January 2016, Barker informed the department that she was expe...

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