State ex rel. Wyoming Workers' Compensation Div. v. Brewbaker
In State ex rel. Wyoming Workers' Compensation Div. v. Brewbaker, 972 P.2d 962, 963-64 (Wyo. 1999), the claimant was a truck driver who agreed temporarily to perform welding tasks for his employer. Brewbaker, 972 P.2d at 963.
While performing a particularly strenuous welding job in inclement weather conditions, the claimant suffered a heart attack. Id.
The Court reversed a denial of benefits and stated, "indeed, the only evidence before the hearing examiner was that the project was over and above the range of 'heavy labor' normally required for a welding project." Id. at 965.
The Court also found "no evidence to support the hearing examiner's determination that lifting 300 pound steel plates in freezing weather for three hours is usual or normal stress in the welding profession." Id.