Employers Can Be Forced To Pay for Pot, NJ Supreme Court Rules
Trenton, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) – “Like the compensation court and the Appellate Division, the Court concludes that medical marijuana may be found, subject to competent medical testimony, to constitute reasonable and necessary care under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation scheme.” With that, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that insurers can be forced to reimburse injured workers for medical marijuana.
In the case, Vincent Hager v. M&K Construction, ...
Log in to Your Free Account to Read the Rest....
The article you are attempting to read is part of our free Premium Media Services, offering original content for the workers' compensation community. Please log in to view this content. Don't have an account? Registration is quick and free! Click here for free and immediate access to all the Featured News and Experts' Views.