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Ruptured aneurysm in worker’s brain while on sales call initially ruled not related to job, but Court of Appeal finds it happened in the course of employment
Company claimed a lack of work; termination came after worker raised safety issues
Tribunal finds no reason to take away full loss of earnings benefits when there was no significant change in worker’s condition
Disability discrimination complaint stemming from employee’s request for ergonomic furniture has enough merit for a hearing: Tribunal
Employer sought financial relief from workers’ compensation costs due to worker’s disability, but tribunal found no medical evidence linking it to worker’s tumble