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Workers' Comp – Back Injury – Late Symptoms – Conflicting Opinions – Late Brief – No Prejudice (access required)

Where claimant suffered a compensable back injury in October, 1989, his treating physician diagnosed a ruptured disc and annular bulging of another disc, and where surgery divulged no evidence of abnormality in the bulging disc, employer paid compensation until claimant returned to work in January, 1990, and claimant was subsequently laid off, and where claimant ...

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