Evidence Based Medicine Does Not Equal Evidence Based Causation
Orlando, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – There’s a concept in jurisprudence called ‘jury nullification,’ which loosely translates to a scenario where jury members base their decisions on their own beliefs and experiences, rather than the evidence and facts in front of them. In workers’ compensation, judges and medical providers themselves are often guilty of this.
For example, despite a plethora of evidence disputing the idea that carpal tunnel syndrome can be ...
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