Most doctors who take the Designated Doctor test fail. At least, that is what data recently obtained from the Division via an open records request revealed. For instance, in 2018 the failure rate ... Read More
The Appeals Court in El Paso held that the student worker provision required upward adjustment of the student’s calculated average weekly wages, but the statute capping benefits for UT System part-time ... Read More
Senate Bill 1897, which would have expanded chiropractors’ scope of practice to allow them to go beyond the musculoskeletal system and to diagnose and treat disorder of the nervous system, failed to make it ... Read More
On May 27, the Texas House and Senate signed the bipartisan Senate Bill 2551. The bill provides that a firefighter or emergency medical technician suffering from cancer resulting in death or disability ... Read More
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The path to recovery after a workplace injury is not always a straight line. A workers’ compensation claim can become increasingly complex due to common health conditions and comorbidities. While ... Read More
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