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Worker Reached MMI While Awaiting Treatment With Spinal Cord Simulator

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, July 12, 2018 | 159 | 0 | 7 min read

The Wyoming Supreme Court ruled that an injured worker was at maximum medical improvement for a back injury, even though he had not yet received a spinal cord stimulator to treat his pain. Case: Matter of Workers’ Compensation Claim of Coggins v. State ex rel. Department of Worker’s Services, No. S-17-0312, 07/10/2018, published. Facts: Troy Coggins injured his back in June 2012 while working as a truck driver for Mullinax Concrete Services. The Wyoming Workers' Compensation Division determined that the injury was compensable. Coggins continued to work until the end of 2014,...

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