Nurse in correctional facility n hurt back in 2009 which resulted in microdisectomy of left side of back. Was off approx 7 months. Was made P&S from there at 11-13% which resulted in 14,000 bucks n some change. Then in feb 2012 went off again on back issue now it's hurting on right side in same area which I had another surgery on right side of same area in oct 2012 and I'm off work again. I was made P&S April 2013 with permanent restriction in which my employer could not accommodate (state of California) in which now I'm at 17% P&S. They haven't paid me any permanent disibility Cuz they say they think I was overpaid on temp disibility. Is this right can they do this.I applied for industrial retirement may 2013 was approved aug 2013. Can I recieved more for getting injured. Plus P&S.
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