Claim for Marijuana Compensation Fizzles on Medical Evidence
Georgetown, DE (WorkersCompensation.com) – Just because medical marijuana might help an injured worker feel better doesn’t mean it’s a required treatment for that worker under Delaware’s workers’ compensation law.
As a state court held in Nobles-Roark v. Back Burner, No. N.19A-11-001 ALR (Super. Ct. Del. 07/28/20), an employer won’t have to pay for medical marijuana treatment unless it is “reasonable and necessary” to treat an employee’s ...
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