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Court Tosses Awards for Conditions Unrelated to Workplace Fall

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 | 223 | 0 | 8 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that an administrative assistant was entitled to benefits for a shoulder injury, but not for carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndromes, because evidence did not support a finding that her conditions were related to an on-the-job fall. Case: Matter of Christensen-Mavrigiannakis v. Nomura Securities International Inc., No. 528134, 09/26/2019, published. Facts: Deborah Christensen-Mavrigiannakis worked for Nomura Securities International Inc. as an administrative assistant. She suffered injuries in March 2016 when she fell on a slippery floor as she was leaving...

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