Mary Beth Hammond's Injury: A Case Study

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The claimant in this matter is a teacher who at the time of her alleged injury was out of work on a non work related shoulder injury. She appeared on school grounds and alleges that she fell off of a sidewalk injuring her right fifth metacarpal. Apparently, she suffered a minor non displaced fracture of the right fifth metacarpal. When questioned as to why she was on the school premises she told the building principal, Mary Beth Hammond, she was there to do her grades. Ms. Hammond reminded her that she could complete her grading at home and she seemed to be aware of that. The claimant then said she intended to drop off some work for the substitute teacher. Ms. Hammond replied there was no substitute teacher there and the school was on a spring

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