Should an employer be required to reimburse an employee for the cost of medical marijuana treatments as a result of a work related injury?  On Jan. 13, 2020, the court answered this question in the affirmative. Hager v. M & R Construction, 2020 WL 218390 (App. Div.).

While working at a construction site in 2001, a concrete delivery truck dumped its load on petitioner. As a result, at age 28, he sustained a large L5-S1 herniated disc and an L4-L5 annular bulge.

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