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As the result of an industrial accident, I was off work -- receiving SDI, not temp disability payments through Workers Comp -- for six months when I then quit. My employer continues to deny the injury in spite of a large number of witnesses and medical professionals who have declared it industrial. I filed a complaint with DFEH (also many witnesses to the clear discrimination and harassment) which has been under investigation for several months. I received a letter from DFEH stating my case is being denied because my complaint was filed after the one year statute of limitations and states they use "last day worked" as final date of harm. By using my last day worked before being put on medical leave, I did miss S of L cut off, but if using last day of employment, I did not.
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