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S.C. high court: Workers' comp benefits can't hinge on statistical analyses

35 No. 05 WJINSC 05By Jason SchosslerWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

S.C. high court: Workers' comp benefits can't hinge on statistical analyses

35 No. 05 WJINSC 05By Jason SchosslerWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

35 No. 05 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 05
May 9, 2024
Workers' Compensation
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
By Jason Schossler
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S.C. high court: Workers' comp benefits can't hinge on statistical analyses

Brooks v. Benore Logistics Systems

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An employer cannot rely on an ergonomics report to dispute whether a worker suffered a job-related injury, the South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled, saying workers' compensation cases must be decided by facts and medical evidence, not "statistical...
Supreme Court opinion:
Appeals court opinion: 879 S.E.2d 1
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