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Workers' Comp – Causal Connection – Knee Pain – Carpenter & Hockey Player (access required)

Where claimant, a carpenter and amateur hockey player, suffered bilateral knee pain prior to his accident, and the medical reports indicated claimant's primary problem was erosion and wearing away of the cartilage surface in his knee which could have been caused by many different things, claimant did not establish a causal connection between his accident ...

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