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JOHN GUYMON vs. MONTANA STATE FUND

Workers' Compensation Court of the State of Montana

Did employee prove that it is more probable than not that he suffered a compensable injury at work?

IN THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COURT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA 2016 MTWCC 7
WCC No. 2014-3315. JOHN GUYMON Petitioner vs. MONTANA STATE FUND Respondent/Insurer.

Summary: Petitioner claims he suffered a compensable injury when his employer “body blocked” him while he was operating a jumping jack at work. Respondent counters that Petitioner failed to prove that it is more probable than not that he suffered a compensable injury at work.

Held: The evidence does not support Petitioner’s contention that he suffered a compensable injury at work.

Judgment: Petitioner did not suffer a compensable injury in the course of his employment with AGC on June 13, 2013.

READ FULL DOCUMENT AT ORIGNAL SOURCE: http://wcc.dli.mt.gov/g/Guymon_2016MTWCC7.pdf