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Thomas L. Holder

Thomas Holder’s Answers

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  • Do I need to attend a hearing that was scheduled for my workers comp case.

    My case has took on strange twist and turns within in the last month's from several cancelled mediation appointments to firing me, over New policies that was put in place since my injury happened in 2013, and now the surgery that I was denied for...

    Thomas’s Answer

    As the other lawyers have mentioned, you should listen to your attorney. Your hearing has probably been postponed and will be reset. The postponement will not affect your case.

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  • Do I have a Worker Comp claim?

    I was working at a convenience store and hurt my arm on the job in Dec. '14. There is a two step ladder in the refrigerated area, but even standing on that, the crates were over my head. Pulling on the crate, I believe I pulled a muscle in my arm...

    Thomas’s Answer

    As the other attorneys have mentioned, you should immediately notify your company. The big problem is that you have not notified your company within thirty days of the incident. I hope you can overcome that. Good luck.

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  • Can I sue workers comp for not paying a medical bill and for that bill to be on my credit report for over a year now.

    okay background details, 2 yrs ago I crushed my hand at work, long story short workers comp and I settled on them paying all medical bills and after lawyer fees I got 14000. Now a year later im now in a financial situation to buy a new/newer vehic...

    Thomas’s Answer

    You cannot sue them. You should contact your WC attorney and get him to help you get the bill paid.

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  • I found a attorney to represent me on a workers comp case. He took my case and I never heard from him again.

    Workman's comp says the case was taken off the doc by the attorney. The attorney won't call me back is never in his office or just won't answer the door.its a statue of limitations on my case.

    Thomas’s Answer

    I would schedule an appointment to see your attorney. You can always switch attorneys. The attorneys will divide the 25% fee. I would try to meet with your current attorney first. You are right to be concerned about the Statute of Limitations.

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