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Ryan M. Scanlon of Pond Lehocky Giordano LLP Courtesy photo Ryan M. Scanlon of Pond Lehocky Giordano LLP Courtesy photo

When an employee sustains an injury at work, particularly a repetitive trauma injury within the course and scope of employment, demonstrating causation can be challenging. Properly developing the factual record is essential for a claimant in a workers’ compensation case to demonstrate causation and satisfy their burden. In repetitive trauma cases, two types of evidence are often essential to success: immediate notice of the injury to the employer, and corroborating testimony from lay witnesses.

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