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Attorney won a claim petition in which the claimant alleged that he was totally disabled as the result of a sports hernia

Attorney won a claim petition in which the claimant alleged that he was totally disabled as the result of a sports hernia. The case was complicated by the fact that the claimant was fired from employment after the injury for allegedly stealing from the company. The attorney submitted into evidence company credit card receipts which documented the theft; a video of the claimant stealing a co-worker's lunch and the actual lunch package that contained the claimant's finger prints.  The attorney was also able to establish that the treating doctor had no competent evidence to diagnose a sports hernia from a CT scan.  The case was dismissed.

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