Medical Marijuana Treatment Slowly Gains Traction in Workers’ Comp

By Denise Johnson | February 20, 2018

  • February 23, 2018 at 1:47 pm
    Sarah Miller says:
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    An amzingly uninformative article,. very disappointing.

    What is the expertise of the two people quoted?
    Some 38 states have legalized medical marijuana uses; 9 have legalized recreational use.
    What is the factual basis for the claim of ” more research needs to be done since little is known about the many chemicals within marijuana…” Incorrect.
    Why didn’t the Journal just ask the proverbial “man in teh street” for their input, too?

  • February 16, 2021 at 1:46 pm
    Kristine says:
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    GALLAGHER BASSETT was ordered to reimburse me in August of 2019.
    Now they are actively trying to “DISCONTINUE BENEFITS” after I jumped through every WC-hoop and delivered all the paperwork necessary to be “approved.”
    They keep “beating a dead horse,” even after the Commissoner rules.
    Drug testing someone in the DCP medical mj program is ridiculous and state employees are “exempt” under Labor Dept “Drug testing” laws.
    Even that doesn’t stop them from harassing you, every 6 months, by bringing is back up with a new lie.
    The CHARMANS office called and said “there is nothing we can do, so sue them for emotional distress.”
    I am actively looking for counsel to do so.
    Spinal cord was CUT during 4 level fusion, resulting in numerous injuries, due to surgeons “abandoning” the patient after they learned they did it.
    The whole system is geared to make you commit suicide.

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