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OHIO: Lapse of Time Between Incident and Treatment Amplifies Need for Expert Testimony on Causation

It is often said that just as the “instantaneous nature of an observed causal progression is a familiar element in cases dispensing with medical testimony, so a delay between the accident and the symptoms, disability or death diminishes any such self-evident causal relation [Larson’s Workers’...

Kentucky: Claimant’s Lay Testimony Insufficient to Establish Causal Connection Between Her Need for Additional Treatment and Work-Related Injuries 23 Years Earlier

Testimony by a claimant that she continued to have pain and discomfort almost 23 years after sustaining a work-related back injury, together with a physician’s notes that indicated those same complaints had been recounted to the doctor at an office visit, but which were silent with regard to causation...