You need to have a doctor disable you from work if you are claiming a work injury. Get a second medical opinion, maybe the first doctor is wrong?
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This sounds like a workers' compensation question, not personal injury. I will try to answer you on that basis- if it IS a personal injury question, things may be different.
If the company doctor releases you back to full duty and you can't do the job because of an injury, that is what workers compensation is for. You should hire an attorney immediately-you only get one chance to get this right!
You are entitled to a lump sum for the change in your ability due to the injury. It is not uncommon for an injury to put a worker out of work, and the law does not cover that completely. Hire an attorney, your case is too complicated for you to handle alone.
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You need to have a face-to-face conference with your workers compensation attorney. Explore getting further treatment paid for by the employer's workers compensation carrier. Sometimes you may be a candidate for "work hardening" or other occupational therapy which may help you. Discuss all of this with your attorney.
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