§306(f.1)(8) of the PA Workers’ Compensation Act. The law states that an injured workers who refuses reasonable medical treatment forfeit their rights to compensation for the injury or for any increase in their incapacity that results from refusing the treatment. The phrase “reasonable medical treatment” has been defined by PA Courts to mean treatment that is “highly probable to cure the health problem and enhance the injured worker’s prospects for gainful and fulfilling employment.”
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