Douglas Cooke v. First Choice Paints: Plaintiff, a painter, fell off a roof on September 21, 2005. Defendants accepted liability for Plaintiff’s injury to his right hip and provided medical and indemnity compensation. In May 2007, Plaintiff alleged that he also injured his low back in the fall and sought medical treatment which was denied by Defendants. Deputy Commissioner Glenn found Plaintiff presented insufficient evidence to establish the original work incident caused his low back condition.
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