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Workers' Comp – Medical Treatment – Hepatitis – Compensable Consequences (access required)

Where claimant injured her knee in a work-related accident, and during the course of surgical and medical treatment for her knee injury, she received blood transfusions in 1981 and in 1984 which resulted in chronic hepatitis, claimant is entitled to compensation from her employer for medical treatment for her hepatitis. Applying the doctrine of compensable consequence, ...

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