In Dallas Brand v. Ranger Construction Industries, the claimant worked for 17 years as a roller operator. They claimed to have repetitive trauma to their shoulder due to the machinery but provided inconsistent testimony. Multiple physicians provided their opinion that the repetitive trauma had caused the claimant’s shoulder issues, and the claimant did give their employer timely notice of the injury. Despite the claimant’s inconsistent testimony, they were granted benefits based on other evidence presented.
Compensation, medical, and indemnity benefits GRANTED
Attorney fees RESERVED