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Police Officer Gets Benefits for Thoracic Injury

Friday, May 13, 2022 | 0

The Arkansas Court of Appeals upheld an award of benefits to a police officer for a thoracic injury that became more symptomatic over time. Case: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences v. Barton, No. CV-21-321, 04/27/2022, published. Facts: Kenneth Barton worked for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences as a police officer. He suffered injuries in 2017 when he intervened in a domestic disturbance incident that occurred on UAMS property. UAMS accepted liability for injuries to Barton’s right hip and elbow. Barton returned to work four days after being injured,...

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