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Scope of Warehouse Employee's Compensable Injury Didn't Include Nerve Damage

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, November 9, 2018 | 452 | 0 | 3 min read

The West Virginia Supreme Court rejected a warehouse worker’s request to expand the scope of his claim to include alleged nerve damage from a foot injury. Case: Frazier v. Mato Corp., No. 18-0473, 11/02/2018, published. Facts: Jeffrey Frazier worked for the Mato Corp. as a warehouse manager. He suffered an injury to his foot while at work in January 2016. X-rays of Frazier’s foot revealed no fractures, and a claims administrator for Mato’s comp carrier accepted liability for a foot contusion. Frazier went to see Dr. Barry Vaught in March 2016, complaining of pain and ting...

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