You would need to consult in person with an employment lawyer to get a careful and thorough evaluation of your situation. I assume that you are receiving workers' compensation benefits. If you are unable to work, then it may have been lawful for your employer to end your employment.
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So many Federal and State laws can come into play this can be a very complex question. Also we need many more facts about your situation. Your best bet is to find the nearest Wyoming employment law attorney to review your situation.
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Depending on the particular facts, it is possible.
I represent Employers, but I can recommend Worker Attorneys in So Cal if you ask.Ask a similar question
Contact George Santini at 307-632-8957. His office is in Cheyenne, but he does this kind of work statewide.
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