If you were injured on the job, you have a Workers' Compensation claim. You should look for a WC Attorney to review your facts and situation for benefits and other potential remedies.
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You should speak with an attorney who specializes in both workers' compensation and employment law.
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If you were injured on the job, you can and should bring a workers compensation claim against them. I am not sure what you mean by "buy out the company" but perhaps you are talking about getting a settlement from the employer. If you have a workers comp claim, a settlement of that could be a way to resolve all of your concerns. You really need to call an attorney right away to discuss this and I would be happy to talk to you.