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Testimony of Worker's Colleagues Was Sufficient Basis to Deny Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, September 21, 2017 | 185 | 0 | 0 min read

The Mississippi Court of Appeals upheld the denial of a worker’s claim for a back injury, based on the testimony of the worker’s colleagues contradicting his account of the accident. Case: Walker v. Kinder Morgan, No. 2016-WC-01415-COA, 09/19/2017, published. Facts: Christopher Walker had a long history of back problems before he began working for Kinder Morgan in September 2011. Walker claimed he never told Kinder Morgan about his prior back injuries though he was undergoing physical therapy when he started the job. In February 2015, Walker was involved in a non-work moto...

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