Unfortunately, I cannot follow your story. You should complete a DWC-1 Claim form and ask for the name of the WC Insurance. A WC Attorney would also be wise, since it appears that you have some writing challenges.
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Talk to an attorney soon. You need to first be sure that they have reported this to the insurance company. Have you filled out any type of incident report? Have they directed you to a company authorized dr? You don't say how big the company is but when I see this type of behavior I either think they don't want to report it or they don't have wc ins. In my state you would been contacted by the insurance company by now.
1. Start by requesting a claim form from your employer, which they should have already provided to you, since you told them you had been injured on the job;
2. Hire a workers' compensation lawyer, who will find out who your employer's insurance company is. Your lawyer will get a copy of the insurance company's medical provider network list so that you can get medical testing, treatment and surgery if needed;
3. Your new doctor will take you off of work if he or she determines it is medically reasonable to do so, after speaking with you and examining you.
Hope this helps!
Michael Ian Rott, Esq., Managing Partner
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You need to figure out if your boss and his mother have workers' compensation insurance. File a case and get proper medical attention. A work comp attorney should be able to sort you out.