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Colorado: Hotel and Restaurant Expenses for Out-of-Town Medical Treatment Need Not Be Advanced

Hotels and restaurants patronized by a workers’ compensation claimant during authorized travel out-of-town to obtain treatment by a specialist are not “medical providers” as that term is defined by § 8–42–101(4), C.R.S. (2012), held a Colorado appellate court recently...