We remand. She is right-handed. In aboutthe employee injured her right hand while hang gliding, and fractured two fingers. This injury was treated by surgery and post-surgical splinting of the right hand.
The appellant and cross-appellant established that the compensation judge may have overlooked certain material evidence which may have affected the resolution of the finding from which appeal was taken.
Under these circumstances, a remand is required for reconsideration.
Determined by Johnson, J. Compensation Judge: Jeanne E. We remand. She is right-handed. In aboutthe employee injured her right hand while hang gliding, and fractured two fingers. This injury was treated by surgery and post-surgical splinting of the right hand.
The employee's initial work history included work as a motel housekeeper, waitress and janitor. In February the employee had an acute onset of numbness and tingling in the median distribution of her right hand. She was then working as a janitor for Lutheran Brotherhood. She was medically diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome.
The condition failed to respond to conservative therapy, and on June 7, the employee underwent surgery in the form of a right median nerve release and right ulnar nerve release at the wrist.
The employee testified that, after recovery from the surgery, her symptoms resolved and she did not require further treatment. The employee did not return to janitorial work following the surgery.
Instead, she attended Minneapolis Community College and studied accounting and computers. After this, she worked for a time performing accounting work.
In aboutthe employee began studying to become a licensed practical nurse. While working for Bryn Mawr, the employee developed a ganglion on her left wrist which was surgically removed. She testified that she had no permanent restrictions or ongoing problems with her left wrist after this surgery and returned to work in her job for Bryn Mawr.
She next worked as a full-time nurse for the Crystal Lake nursing home, but after one year went on an on-call status and began working part time at North Memorial Hospital, using the on-call work at Crystal Lake to make up a full-time job.
She testified that she had no difficulties with either her left or right hand in performing the duties of these jobs. Her duties were very similar to those she had previously been performing, particularly to those performed at the Bryn Mawr and Crystal Lake nursing homes.
One of the employee's duties was to stock a medication cart and then push it along the hallway on her floor of the nursing home and dispense medications to the residents.
The employee testified that the cart weighed about to pounds. Customarily, the employee was responsible for providing medications for the patients in 10 to 12 rooms, although at times when the staff was shorthanded she had to dispense medications to as many as sixty residents.Travelers Insurance is the second largest issuer of personal insurance policies in the United States, and holds the number 89 position on the Forbes top companies.
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