Hi there. I have got a letter from Work Comp Board about next hearing: continued to testimony claimant on summations. Probably judge make an award?
Guess is sure will probably make a decision...............................
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One would have to know a lot more about your case o answer the question. If you have an attorney they are in a position to give the best answer.
Dear Madam or Sir
Clearly there has been some testimony, either of lay witnesses including you at the Board and/or Depositions of doctors.
Yes, after Summations the Judge will make a Decision.
The foregoing is based on the little information provided; additional facts may change the comments given.
The summations may or may not END the case. They may be for ONE issue that was litigated. For example is your Knee related to the back injury you suffered. So, truth is, you have to ask the attorney who is handling your case for a more definitive response.
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