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Lapse of Doctor's Certification Results in Noncompensable Surgery

Wednesday, March 23, 2022 | 0

The Delaware Superior Court ruled that an employer was not liable for the cost of an operation that was admittedly reasonable and necessary treatment for a work injury but was performed by a doctor lacking certification. Case: Wilson v. Gingerich Concrete & Masonry, No. K21A-06-002 JJC, 03/09/2022, published. Facts and procedural history: Joseph Wilson injured his back while working for Gingerich Concrete and Masonry. He began seeing Dr. Bikash Bose for treatment. Bose performed back surgery on Wilson in July 2019, and the workers’ compensation insurance carrier for Gingerich...

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