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Supreme Court Upholds Denial of Police Officer's Claim for Shoulder Injury

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, November 10, 2017 | 885 | 0 | 0 min read

The West Virginia Supreme Court unanimously upheld the denial of a police officer’s claim for benefits for two alleged incidents resulting in injury to his shoulder.   Case: Young v. City of Beckley, No. 17-0291, 11/07/2017, published. Facts: Jeremy Young worked as a police officer for the City of Beckley. He allegedly injured his left shoulder while at work in April 2015 when he slipped and fell on a wet floor. One month later, Young asserted that he injured his shoulder again while doing his weapon qualification. The city had Stephen Jones investigate Young's cla...

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