45:5-20 Services considered as medical or surgical under Workers’ Compensation Act.
1. The services of a podiatrist which he is authorized by law to perform shall be considered as medical or surgical services under the Workers’ Compensation Act, or any standard health and accident, disability, sickness or other insurance policy, or coverage under labor-management trustee plan, union welfare plan, employee organization plan, employee benefit plan, or any private insurance or welfare plan, for which he shall be entitled to compensation under said act, or under any such policy or plan if such policy or plan provides compensation for medical or surgical services and does not exclude services which, under the law, such podiatrist is authorized to perform.
L.1966,c.89,s.1; amended 2005, c.259, s.13.
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