Car accident, not repetitive motion at work, shoulders blame for injury

Worker claimed repeated reaching overhead aggravated shoulder condition, but evidence didn’t prove underlying condition was worsened by job duties

An Ontario worker’s shoulder condition was not caused or aggravated by repetitive reaching overhead at work and was more likely related to an earlier car accident, the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal has found in denying the worker entitlement to benefits.

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