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My friend has a slip-fall ten years ago, but he was injured with bloody and bruise on his few body parts-legs, arms and foot. They were healed after a six months. After two years, all pain were gone. But his lawyer wrote him as 20% permanent disability on his work compensation records. She said he would not get paid without any permanent injuries and persist to put that permanent disability in his records for getting him some small compensation. How could he can't get paid for his emotional, missing work, inconvenience and suffering pain damages for the fall if he has no disability? He was unhappy at that lawyer now. How to remove that incorrect permanent disability record in his work's compensation? Please advise. thanks
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