The claimant developed carpal tunnel syndrome while working for the Employer. The claimant received medical treatment and then was released by her doctors with restrictions. Defendant employer offered a job to employee. However, there was competent evidence to show that the job was outside of claimant’s restrictions and therefore unsuitable. The Defendants were required to continue paying temporary total disability benefits to the claimant.
Flowers v. Pembroke Chair Co.
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