In Edward Griffin v. Landrum Human Resource Companies, Landrum Staffing and Liberty Mutual Insurance Claimant alleged he suffered an eye injury at work due to airborne fiberglass particles. Compensability was denied by E/C defending claimant’s eye problems were the result of contact lens usage. The claimant testified that the eye glasses provided by the employer did not sit flush with his face. He further denied having worn contact lenses for months prior to the accident. Ultimately, the JCC accepted the lay and medical evidence favorable to claimant and concluded that airborne fiberglass particles caused a corneal abrasion which led to infection. Compensability, TTD and medical benefits GRANTED; TPD benefits DENIED for lack of supporting evidence.