In a personal injury or workers' compensation lawsuit, photographic evidence can be a deciding factor in a case. Here are some tips for taking better photographs.
What is an FCE
When recovering from a workplace injury, your doctor may request that you have a Functional Capacity Evaluation. A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a test usually delivered by a physical therapist after a round of treatment to determine whether an injured worker can safely return to work (including Full Duty, Modified Duty or Transitional Duty). These tests typically range from 2-6 hours and can cover a wide variety of functions including how long and how often you can do the following: