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Court Upholds Determination That Certification of Worker's MMI Wasn't Final

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, November 9, 2017 | 200 | 0 | 0 min read

A Texas appellate court upheld a finding that a worker’s first certification of maximum medical improvement and impairment rating were not final in light of evidence indicating she had received improper or inadequate treatment. Case: University of Texas System v. Menjivar, No, 04-16-00663-CV, 11/08/2017, published. Facts: Margot Menjivar worked for the University of Texas. She fell and injured her shoulder while at work in March 2011. Her doctor ordered a magnetic resonance imaging scan, which indicated Menjivar had a rotator cuff tear. Dr. Andrew Whaley examined Menjivar in August 20...

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