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High Court Denies Benefits to Server With Possible Meniscal Tear

Friday, January 22, 2021 | 180 | 0 | 20 min read

A divided West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a restaurant server was not entitled to benefits for a possible meniscal tear following an on-the-job fall. Case: Young v. Country Road 3057 Inc., No. 19-1166, 01/20/2021, published. Facts: Amanda Young worked as a server at an IHOP restaurant. She suffered an injury to her left knee in a fall at work on May 17, 2018. Young saw Dr. Jessica Irvine at MedExpress. An X-ray revealed no fracture, and Irvine diagnosed a knee contusion. Three days later, Young saw a Melissa Clary, a MedExpress physician assistant. Clary noted bruising on Young...

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