No. CA 93-334.

876 S.W.2d 273 (1994)

46 Ark.App. 22

Tony PLANTE, Appellant, v. TYSON FOODS, INC., Appellee.

Court of Appeals of Arkansas, En Banc.

May 18, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jay N. Tolley, Fayetteville, for appellant.

Curtis L. Nebben, Fayetteville, for appellee.

JENNINGS, Chief Judge.

Tony Plante hurt his right knee at work on September 12, 1988. He was ultimately treated by Dr. James Arnold, an orthopedic surgeon, who diagnosed a tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. On November 11, 1988, Dr. Arnold performed a "McIntosh repair," an orthoscopic surgical procedure.

On April 10, 1989, Dr. Arnold released Mr. Plante to return to work with no restrictions. Because there is a 20% failure rate with the McIntosh repair...

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