'Out of Proportion' Pain Reports Curb Request for Therapy, Insoles
Charleston, WV (WorkersCompensation.com) – Physical therapy and custom insoles weren’t in store for a retail sales representative who claimed to have pain in his foot following a work injury.
Instead, according to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the only documentation addressing the claim was an independent medical evaluation showing that no further treatment was needed and that the representative’s reports of pain were “far out of proportion” to his ...
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