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No Statutory Presumption for EMT’s Stroke (access required)

An emergency medical technician with the fire department who suffered a stroke is not entitled to workers’ comp by application of the presumption for fire fighters and police officers pursuant to a Virginia statute; the Court of Appeals affirms denial of workers’ comp benefits. Claimant maintains the commission erred in vacating his award because it “ignored” ...

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