Packer Twists Knee and Tears ACL

A 46-year-old order packer sustained a twisting injury to her knee while packing an order. Petitioner underwent a left knee anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with micro-fracture of the medial femoral condyle. Petitioner continues to experience residual pain and must minimize stair climbing, squatting, and kneeling. After receiving TTD benefits for her time off work and having her medical bills paid, Petitioner’s claim was settled for 30.86% loss of use of the left leg, or $28,000.00.

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