I remember your facts from the last question you posted. It is possible for a doctor to order you not to work nights but that would require a finding of some sleep disorder. Whether or not allowing you to work a shift other than night shift is a reasonable accommodation is an employment law question that I’m not sure the answer to. It is possible you might lose your job if you cannot work nights even if it is for a medical reason.
I think you risk losing your job if you refuse to work the night shifts. If the truly cause you problems, report the sleep disorder and perhaps a doctor will be able to help you.
If you are still having problems with your feet, you should pick a different doctor of the Medical Provider Network. A San Diego attorney will know the doctors down there better than I would, but, if nobody else will take your case, I will help you out. If you have been unable to find an attorney in San Diego, you are welcome to call me Monday.Ask a similar question
None of your facts are relevant beyond the fact of your work-injury and you do not ask any question.
The employer has no obligation t keep you employed and if you haven't figured out that you need to hire a WC attorney, you cannot be helped. The attorneys on this forum CANNOT solicit your business, but YOU can contact them and they would be pleased to represent you.
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