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Topic - Greg Harbison
"I'm glad we won, but it would have had some pretty far-reaching implications if the Court of Appeals took independent pool therapy out of the Workers' Compensation Act," he said.
"This case in particular and the arguments that were made were pretty unique," he said. "The doctors were prescribing about the cheapest therapy imaginable."