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A medical legal evaluator cannot apportion to genetic risk factors. However, several cases have found that apportionment is permissible if the evaluator explains how this specific person has a specific condition, more than a mere “risk factor” for the industrial injury. Examples include obesity, degenerative disk disease and diabetes.

  • News Icon Published July 3, 2019

    Workplace Fatigue Injuries on the Rise

    The U.S. Department of Labor cites worker fatigue as a major factor in some of the world’s most tragic workplace disasters – and levels of worker fatigue seem to be drastically climbing.

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  • News Icon Published June 21, 2019

    Another Conviction From Kickback Scheme

    Gonzalo Parades, the former office manager of Advanced Radiology in Beverly Hills, was recently convicted of 51 felony counts and sentenced to five years in prison.

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  • News Icon Published June 13, 2019

    Medical Marketer Forfeits $126,808 in Conspiracy Case

    John Pangelinan, a medical marketer and president of Board Med Inc., was ordered to forfeit $126,808 after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit honest services mail fraud and health care fraud.

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