What Do You Think: Was Firefighter’s Heart Attack from Work or Preexisting Condition?
Tacoma, WA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Various rebuttable presumptions of compensability that protect emergency workers like firefighters are common across the country, but, as a recent case out of Washington state shows, the “rebuttable” part of the presumption often hinges on what the evidence shows about a worker’s medical condition.
While responding to a disabled boat and pulling up the boat’s anchor, a city firefighter who served as a marine officer ...
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