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No Collection for Toll Employee

Facts The petitioner, a toll booth worker and former weightlifter, began to experience left shoulder pain a few years prior to 2010.  An x-ray of the left shoulder taken in November of 2011 demonstrated mild arthritic changes about the glenohumeral

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Claim Barred by Failure to Provide Timely Notice

Facts Petitioner, a stocker, alleged that she felt a tear in her abdomen while lifting at work on February 29, 2008. She admitted that she did not report the incident to any supervisor at that time and continued to perform

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Reputable Physicians Key to Defeating Unreasonable Treatment

Petitioner was involved in a compensable motor vehicle accident. He sustained injuries to his left shoulder, as well as his cervical and lumbar spine. After hiring an attorney, Petitioner began treating with doctors whose reputation was questionable. Petitioner underwent surgery

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Petitioner’s Bad Back Turns in a Nuisance Settlement

Petitioner brought a workers compensation case approximately one year after he was laid off from Respondent. He alleged a back injury which resulted in various treatments, including surgery. With approximately $160,000.00 in outstanding medical bills, Petitioner had his eye on

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