Bolden v. Kraft General Foods, IAB Hearing No. 915912 (December 22, 2008)
Mason v. State of Delaware, IAB Hearing No. 1198102 (January 15, 2010)
Johnson v. JP Morgan Chase, IAB Hearing No. 1343786 (September 29, 2010)
Walter West, Jr. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., IAB Hearing No. 1305971 (January 12, 2011)
First State Orthopaedics v. Sedgwick, IAB Hearing No. 1362536 (June 9, 2011) (Order)
Poole v. State of Delaware, C.A No. 11A-04-012-JOH (Del. Super., December 4, 2012)
Utilization Review is only available for acknowledged injuries. Contested claims may not submit medical treatment to Utilization Review for determination of Practice Guideline compliance; instead the Board must determine whether the expenses are reasonable and necessary.
Boone v. SYAB Services, Delaware. Supr. No. 525, 2012 (July 16, 2013) (Order)
Delaware Supreme Court affirms Employer's right to compel a Claimant to utilize preferred prescription providers
Wyatt v. Rescare Home Care, 2013 WL 6097901, --- A.3d --- (Del. Nov. 20, 2013).
The Delaware Supreme Court holds that medical treatment performed by a non-certified medical provider, which is not preauthorized, is not compensable under the Delaware workers' compensation statute. This case overrules the holding of Vanvliet v. D&B Transp., 2012 WL 5964392 (Del. Super.).
VanVliet v. D&B Transportation, --- A.3d ---, 2014 WL 6998114 (Del. Nov. 20, 2014).
Relying upon Wyatt, the Supreme Court affirms a Superior Court decision holding that a Claimant is not entitled to reimbursement for costs of surgery performed by a physician who is not certified under Delaware’s workers’ compensation health care payment system.
Fleming v. Purdue farms, Inc. Del. Super., C.A. No. 02A-02-009, Stokes, J. (October 30, 2002)
The Superior Court held that pursuant to 18 Del. C. § 3914, a workers' compensation insurer is required to give written notice of the applicable statute of limitations during the pendency of a claim.