“There is no question that this is how he [Matthews] got PTSD and for there to be these legal semantics that end up denying his claim—it saddens me to be quite honest with you. It saddens me because it’s easily traced to his work and if you read decades of Arizona workers’ compensation cases and have the understanding of our law, it should have been a compensable claim,” Laura Clymer said, adding that the court’s decision “potentially creates a lot of uncertainty about the direction of workers’ comp” cases in the state.