You need to contact a workers' compensation attorney to discuss your case.
If you can prove that your injury arose in the course and out of your employment, and does not fall within any of the exceptions or exemptions, your employer is responsible for paying the medical bills related to your injury.
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I am sorry to hear about your injury. You should consult an attorney regarding your specific situation. The attorney can then assist you with your options and what course of action may be best. You certainly have options available for recourse. You should be able to obtain an initial consultation for little or no charge. I wish you the best.
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You may have some wage and hour issues as well as worker's compensation issues. There are variables in those laws that dictate whether the employer has to comply or not. You need to talk to a lawyer who can ask the right questions to determine what course of actions might be available to you.
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