An appeal court in West Virginia ruled on Thursday that a security guard traveling on duty failed to prove additional brain injuries due to an incident he first reported as "low speed" without impact as he swung his working vehicle to avoid hitting it. deer.
Christopher Franklin's original claim stemming from the 2015 event by a doctor diagnosed with head injury, cervical destruction and hip consumption was accepted, while later imaging showed signs of past injuries and further investigations showed congenital cranial stenosis according to the actions of Christopher Franklin v. Cramer Security & Investigations filed at the Supreme Court of West Virginia in Charleston.
A claim administrator denied the extra damages of lack of evidence. partly "that the medical evidence contains many inconsistencies with respect to the recoverable damage. Mr Franklin first reported to the emergency department that he was involved in a low-speed car accident, had no loss of consciousness and that the effect was on the passenger side. "
" His story changed over time and he reported that he lost consciousness and that he hit his head and shoulder on the left side of the truck even though the effect was on the right side. Finally, the judge found that the symptoms of Franklin are not proportional to the recoverable damage, "court certificate".
A femdom panel unanimously supported the former court and wrote that "Mr. Franklin failed to show with a consideration of the evidence that post-traumatic headache, memory loss and concussion were due to the compensation damage" and that a physician "performed an independent neuropsychiatric forensic evaluation there he considered that the conditions were not related to the compensable damage. "
The employer and lawyers concerned could not be immediately reached for comment.