Ross Ventre and Dawn Nicholson Successfully litigate employer case

    Workers’ Compensation Judge found that the defendant/employer satisfied its burden of proving that a variety of medications, including Lidoderm patches, Zolpidem (aka Ambien), Cymbalta, Omeprazole, OxyContin and Carisoprodol (aka Soma), were unreasonable and unnecessary treatment, as prescribed by the employee’s treating neurologist. As the result of this decision, the defendant/employer experienced an immediate significant cost savings of thousands of dollars, which, over the life of the claim, could result in a savings of in excess of $70,000, possibly more.

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