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Wyoming Law's Duff: Workers' Comp, Not Courts, Should Handle Workplace PTSD Claims

Michael Duff, professor, University of Wyoming College of Law, said growing awareness and litigation tied to traumatic stress claims by first responders and others are pressuring governments and employers to redefine workers' comp coverages.

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