Written by attorney Matthew Bruce Lewis | Oct 11, 2017

Letter of Causation in Texas Workers' Comp Cases: When Do You Need It And What Goes In It?

Letters of causation are required when you are trying to prove your extent of injury. This is the "expert" medical evidence that the law requires for injuries that are difficult to understand. In this video, you will find a discussion about what types of injuries have to be proven with a causation letter, and which ones don't. If you need a causation letter, this video explains what information needs to be in it for you to successfully prove that your injury was caused by your employment.

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