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I was hurt on the job in ga by a falling piece of concrete
Maybe. The insurer and you have to both choose to settle and close your case. If you just had surgery, it'a probably too soon, though. Make sure the treatment has worked first.See question
Didn't speak to attorney until yesterday-and he did not answer my questions but answered with a rant about the supreme Court being corrupt-very strange. Some vital info was not mentioned to me about working/settling my case. I expressed concern th...
Sounds like this question needs to be in the personal injury forum, not workers' comp.See question
I made a Legal upturn and a driver ran the light and hit me. Can I put a claim in for pain and suffering and mental anguish?
Probably. You have a workers' comp claim, which does not include those things, but you may have a personal injury claim as well, which does.See question
I was at a work function over the weekend, and received a business card from a potential customer. I went to the Director of sales and asked his opinion about said opp. He told me to go speak with my boss. I gave the business card to my boss and ...
Unless a sprained wrist keeps you from being able to do your job (and I a suspect it does not), you don't have much of a comp claim. They should pay your medical bills perhaps. Talk to HR about filing a claim.See question
I'm not sure if compensation was the word I'm supposed to use but I'll explain. My abuser was found guilty when I was 13 or 14 for sexual assault. I'm now 21. He was sentenced to 6 months boot camp, $4000 in "compensation" and an apology letter. I...
You seem to be in the wrong category. This is appearing in a workers' compensation group.See question
Fell at work and injuried my lower back and left shoulder.
There's not enough information here. And, there is no "minimum amount." It depends on many factors; you should seek representation if you want to resolve your case.See question
I was injured back in sept of 2014 as my employer did not take a vehicle lift out of service due to a recall. I had to have a back fusion as the the result of this in feb of 2016. I received benefit checks and I also received an impairment benefit...
No, but you would be foolish to try and settle the case without a workers' comp lawyer.See question
I was entering the restroom on my job the floor was wet and there were no wet floor signs and I slipped and fell I was sent to the company doctor where I had knee ligament damage in my knee and my back. The doctor said I could still go back to wor...
The company is lying to you if your claim is accepted; you can get another medical opinion.
I would talk to an attorney on Avvo to help you with the workers' compensation and potential personal injury cases that you may have here.See question
My injuries are, my back, neck and left ankle. The doctor to whom i was referred by, my case adjuster , was very meant to me, he wrote me a letter in which I should return back to work even though I was telling him the sever pain that I'm going th...
This doctor is clearly a jackass. Talk to a local workers' comp lawyer and get representation. Consults are free; fees are contingency.See question