282 A.D. 789 (1953)

In the Matter of the Claim of Peter Ranellucci, Respondent, v. New York Central Railroad Company, Appellant. Workmen's Compensation Board, Respondent

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Third Department.

July 2, 1953.

The sole question presented is the liability of the appellant for medical services rendered in California by physicians who were duly qualified under the laws of that State but who were not authorized to render medical care in compensation cases under the provisions of section 13-b of the Workmen's Compensation Law. Claimant suffered a sacroiliac injury in New York State in 1943, while in the employ of the appellant. The workmen's compensation case was closed in 1948, on...

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