Ms. Almanza claimed she researched and provided the claimant’s entire personnel file for this investigation and stated she was not aware of any industrial-related injuries associated with the claimants said injuries, by noting that no treating physicians ever provided any causation or the implied injuries. She provided proof with the claimant’s personnel file taken into as evidence by stating there was no medical evidence, doctors note or request of modified work duties to suggest any medical
Zamudio, Human Resources Administrator and acting custodian of personnel records of the Domino Realty Management Company who allowed access, and copies in support of any relevant information pertaining to any injuries, had located a “Work/School Status Report” under the name of the “Talbert Medical Group.” The document had placed the claimant off from work from 2-5-01 through 2-5-01 for pain to the claimants left knee, and yet, according to Ms. Zamudio, the document did not state that a work related injury occurred as there were no other documentation in support of an injury. Furthermore, the witnesses had not cited any job related incidents where the claimants left knee from 2001 had been injured were the alleged 2001 left knee had been irritated or exacerbated in any
On Monday, 11-16-2015 she recalled the claimant had punched in early for work that morning and did not say anything to her until shortly later around mid-morning when the claimant came into her office. She said the claimant was brief with her when she requested to file a Workers’ Compensation claim for her alleged right wrist injury coupled with pain to her right fingers. She claimed that her injury was work-related, and her injury occurred on 11-12-2015.
Witnesses Gustavo and Armando said they refute the claimant’s CT: 6/2014 through 6/2015 which included cumulate trauma of injuries to the claimant's shoulders, back, lower extremities, left elbow, hands, fingers, legs, knees, stress and anxiety. The also contested the specific claim of injury that allegedly occurred on 2/2015 when the claimant alleged injured his back, lower extremities and left knee at work.
The problem(s) or issue(s) at the core of the case: Kenneth Jorgenson had been an Automotive Mechanic II with the Equipment Services Department of Maricopa County in Arizona since July 1, 1999. About three years later on May 16, 2003 Ken Jorgenson became injured job as he lifted a battery out of a box for Kenneth Jorgenson things at work became complicated. On June 27, Jorgenson underwent surgery and was in hospitalized eight days; he subsequently returned to work on light-duty status on November 11, 2003. For a while, things seems to be all right however, about one year later Jorgenson was reinjured on March 6, 2004. The county moved to terminate Kenneth Jorgenson 's employment in April 2004, but
She alleged from the time she has known of Mr. Arauz she never experienced anything unusual about him until his last day of work on October 12, 2016. She claimed that from what she is aware of, Mr. Arauz has never reported, demonstrated, exhibited, or complained about any reportable mishaps at work, which resulted in an injury. She said that the injuries which he is alleging were never brought to her attention by either Mr. Arauz or with any other co-workers who may have witnessed something else differently.
On 12/8/16 at approximately 11:30 AM, An Outbound Desk Clerk notified Security Account manager Enmanuel Cabrera that a yard jokey found a trailer with damage. Upon being notified, A/M Cabrera instructed Security Officer Larry Mayer to take pictures of damage and to gather the information needed. Upon arriving at the location where the incident occurred, S/O Mayer was met by RJ davis Yard Jockey Mark Billus JR. Yard Jockey Mark Billus JR stated that, while pulling XPO trailer W17150 out of dock door 6, he notice it was too close to dock door 7 for the TDR crew to properly seal the trailer. While do so, the door of the trailer in question fell off. S/O Mayer stated that there was no damage found to the adjacent trailer. Yard Jockey Mark Billus
We found that both witnesses claimed that there was no correlation to suggest that any of these alleged injuries specified by the claimant’s attorneys and by the claimant himself occurred or where the claimant suffered a stroke. Also, both witnesses were unaware if the claimant was experiencing any non-industrial stressors or if there were any outside non-work related factors that would suggest the claimant was suffering from any psychological problems and/or issues because of his employment.
RP stated law enforcement received a call from an anonymous caller stated an employee, Shemaiah Messengale grabbed the child Marley's arm which is fractured. Law enforcement contacted the child's mother to verify injuries. It was disclosed the child had suffered 4 fractures to her elbow and wrist. The RP stated law enforcement spoke with owner/licensee of the facility and the employee accused of causing the injury. They reported Marley sustained the injuries accidentally when she fell from slide. The RP stated the child was treated at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) by Dr. Lindsey Andras who determined the injuries are consistent with a fall. Law enforcement did not speak with treating doctor to confirm the information. The RP disclosed
Two experienced nurses had been working at the Winkler county hospital for more than 20 years. In 2009, Ann Mitchell and Vicki Galle became whistleblower in the small town of west Texas. The nurses field an anonymous report to Texas Medical Board regarding to retaliation in the hospital. In the letter, the nurse stated the unsafe practices of Dr. Rolando Arafiles. The nurses were concern about the improper treatment to patient provided by Dr. Arafiles. Since. Dr. Arafiles tried to misuse his connections in order to save himself. Upon receiving the notice from the Texas Medical Board, Dr. Arafiles contacted his good friend and patient-Winkler county sheriff. Dr. Arafiles filed a complaint of harassment by the nurses to the sheriff. The sheriff started investigating the complaint and obtained the copy of the TMB report that clearly identifies that Mitchell and Galle had filed a complaint. Then, the sheriff obtained a search of warrant and seized each nurse’s work computer and found the copy of TMB letter. The nurses were charged with the third degree felony for misuse of official information to cause damage to the physician. However, the TMB disputed with District and County Attorney over the charges asserting that there was no misuse of official information in the state-governing agency. The complaint process allows anyone to report a physician for any unsafe, improper or poor practice including nurses. Since TMB is a government agency there was no violation of Health
In referring to the allegations of the particular claim and to the CT claim of injuries which Mr. Arzuz has alleged within his post-termination claim, she argued that Mr. Arzuz had never reported or complained about the underlying medical conditions which he is complaining about to the body-parts which were affected by his claim. For the short amount of time he has been employed with her company, she said Mr. Arzuz’s sedentary position which requires very little physical activities to perform the job is not fast-paced or repetitive since the physical actions with the use of hands and fingers to assemble light pieces of motherboards require very little repetitious movements. After going through Mr. Arzuz’s personnel file, she found he never made a
The claimant was involved in a serious work place injury on November 13, 2012. During the incident the claimant had a traumatic post left hip arthoplasty, muscle atrophy, knee surgery, and ultimately a left, below the knee amputation. In discussions with Attorney Larrabee he contends that the claimant has also sustained a specific loss regarding the right leg. As a result of the incident the claimant sustained a right lateral tibial plateau fracture, which was reduced with a plate and screw.
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1. Occupation and working ability of the Claimant, if this has changed, since the injury, previous occupation of the Claimant.