The work does not have to be the only cause to receive workers’ compensation benefits.
However, your work must cause, contribute to, or aggravate a medical condition which results in disability.
If you do something at work that causes you to become disabled, you are entitled to benefits. =This is true even if you have a pre-existing injury, like a bad back, that makes you more vulnerable to getting hurt on the job. The employer cannot avoid paying benefits just because you had a condition that made you more susceptible to an injury.
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