Assuming your employment is "At will," which it probably is, you can be fired for any non-discriminatory reason. Failing to follow your doctor’s work restrictions is a good enough reason to terminate you. The best advice I can give you is to eat crow, apologize, promise you will follow company policy and all of your work restrictions, and point out the good things you did for the company while you were there. Hopefully you can keep your job. Good luck.Ask a similar question
Having a WC claim does not guarantee continued employment. You broke the rules 4x. You can probably be terminated.Ask a similar question
Yes, for anything EXCEPT observing your light duty restrictions.
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