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Employer Not Liable for Treatment by Out-of-State Doctor

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 | 285 | 0 | 14 min read

The Nebraska Supreme Court overturned an order requiring an employer to pay for the medical treatment a worker received from a doctor she unilaterally selected after moving out of state. Case: Rogers v. Jack’s Supper Club, No. S-18-1018, 12/06/2019, published. Facts: Sheryl A. Rogers injured her back while working for Jack’s Supper Club in 2001. She filled out a form indicating that she was choosing a Dr. Beyers at the Dundy County Hospital in Benkelman, Nebraska, for treatment. In 2010, Rogers signed a settlement agreement with Jack's, resolving the company's liabi...

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