Claimant was injured when his left arm was caught in the freezer door. He was given “No Work” restrictions. 8 months later, medical evidence suggested claimant could be malingering as he had not returned to work.
Claimant was unable to return to work due to chronic back pain. Pain allegedly stemmed from a lower-back, workplace injury. Manned surveillance was terminated on day one due to the claimant’s EXTREMELY suspicious demeanor.