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The employee is a resident of New Hampshire who was working for an
employer in Massachusetts when he was injured as he slipped in mud on a
work site while loading a truck. As he fell he hit his right elbow on
the rail of the truck. He was diagnosed with right lateral
epicondylitis, an injury to the right elbow. He continued working in a
light duty capacity for several months before the injury became so
painful that he could no longer continue. He underwent surgery
performed by an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in injuries to the
hand, wrist and elbow shortly thereafter. He has undergone extensive
physical therapy and was provided a limited work release by his
treating surgeon. The restriction placed on him by his physician...
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The injured employee is a married man and recently turned 65 years of age. He is a resident of New Hampshire. He had worked as a machinist for the majority of his adult life and was working as a machinist in a Gloucester Massachusetts factory at the time of this devastating injury. It was his intention to continue working for as long as he would have had the ability to do so, at least into his seventies.
At the time of the injury the employee was performing work in the normal course of his employment on a commercial metal lathe manufactured by Tarnow. An investigation into the potential for a third party claim is ongoing. During the course of the turning operation his left sleeve was grabbed by th...
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