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This is posted under personal injury so I assuming that you have a personal injury matter which includes a wage loss claim. If so and you are represented, let your attorney handle this for you. If you are not represented, you should consult with a personal injury attorney in the Alexandria area. Many are listed on this web site under Find a Lawyer, and most initial consultations are free. The insurance company is never going to give you a fair settlement if you are not represented, and your attorney can obtain your wage loss information. That being said, other options are to elevate the issue or present pay stubs and doctor's excuses.
Merry Fountain is licensed to practice law in Indiana. She can be contacted at 1-888-242-HURT. This is not legal advice and it does not create an attorney/client relationship. It is legal education intended to provide general information about the matter within the question. If the question does not include important timeframes and facts the answer could change. Merry Fountain strongly advises the questioner to confer with an attorney in your state.
Have an attorney in your jurisdiction handle this for you. In the two jurisdictions in which I practice, statutes obligate the employer to disclose personnel records within a short time frame after a valid written request. Right or wrong, many companies and firms still do not take email as a valid legal communication. Coming from an attorney on legal letterhead citing any applicable law, you're more likely to get the response you need. 10 more reasons to retain an attorney: BLUE LINK BELOW
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