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High Court Upholds Designation of New Treating Doctor but Won't Order Review of Drug Regimen

Tuesday, January 12, 2021 | 147 | 0 | 57 min read

The Nebraska Supreme Court upheld the designation of a new doctor to provide treatment to a worker who had moved out of state, but it declined to order review of the opioid treatment regimen the doctor had prescribed. Case: Rogers v. Jack’s Supper Club, No. S-20-170, 01/08/2021, published. Facts and procedural history: Sheryl A. Rogers worked for Jack’s Supper Club. She injured her back while at work in 2001. Jack’s agreed to settle Rogers’ claim, and as part of the settlement, the parties completed a Form 50 designating Rogers’ choice of doctor. The form...

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