What Do You Think: Did 'Blue Substance' Cause Miner's Lung Problems?
Helena, MT (WorkersCompensation.com) – When a miner who has a lung condition reports that it occurred due to inhaling crystalized mineral dust during the course of his job, how much medical evidence does he need to show it was compensable?
That was the question the Montana’s Workers’ Compensation Court faced when a miner reported working in an escape raise “full of a blue substance” but it wasn’t clear if later exposure to other substances at another job ...
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