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Worker Fails to Prove Occupational Disease, Accidental Injury From Chemical Exposure

Thursday, June 20, 2024 | 0

The Maryland Appellate Court upheld the denial of a worker’s claim of occupational disease and accidental injury from his alleged chemical exposure. Robert Butler worked as a driver for Velocity Rail Solutions. He allegedly was injured by inhaling chemical fumes in his Velocity work truck in February 2019. Butler asserted that there was a leak in the antifreeze reservoir that caused him to breathe smoke from a vent, which made him pass out. After this incident, he sought medical treatment. Butler reported having fatigue, cold symptoms and chills, but he did not report any workpla...

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