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Court Orders Further Proceedings on Compensability of Worker's Eye Injury

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, November 10, 2022 | 0

An Ohio appellate court granted a limited writ of mandamus to an injured worker who suffered an on-the-job injury to an eye that was missing a lens due to a childhood BB gun accident. Case: State ex rel. Cogan v. Industrial Commission, No. 21AP-9, 10/20/2022, published. Facts: Kenneth Cogan worked for Cogans Wrecker Service Inc. On Oct. 20, 2009, a ratchet slipped off a bolt and struck Cogan’s right eye. He filed a workers’ compensation claim, which the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation allowed for partial detachment with multiple defects right retina, bullous keratopathy, r...

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