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Workers' Comp – Pain Clinic Evaluation – Hernia Injury – Mootness (access required)

The appellate court rejects the employer's contention that the deputy commissioner's decision ordering employer to pay for a pain evaluation clinic for claimant, who suffered a compensable hernia injury, was moot because claimant already had a pain evaluation. At the time the commission reviewed the record and issued its opinion on the merits of the instant ...

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