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North Carolina: Cautious Medical Testimony Does Not Amount to Mere Speculation
Posted on 19 Aug 2016 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where the former employee’s medical expert candidly allowed that he could not offer a medical opinion to a degree of absolute certainty that removed all speculation, but that he could say, to a reasonable degree of medical certainty, that the former... Read More

New York: Claimant Fails to Establish Causal Connection Between Prostate Cancer and Firefighting Duties
Posted on 4 Aug 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

Reiterating that the burden is upon the claimant to establish—by competent medical evidence—a causal connection between the employment and the claimed disability, a New York appellate court affirmed a determination by the full Board (in a... Read More