King's Market v. Porter

In King's Market v. Porter, 227 Va. 478, 317 S.E.2d 146 (1984), the employee filed a change in condition application thirteen years after the initial injury. The application was supported by a doctor's opinion that she was unable to work because of the changed condition. The Supreme Court reversed the award of benefits because there was no proof of a causal connection between the changed condition and the work injury. See id. at 484, 317 S.E.2d at 149.