I have a work related spinal chord injury. according to the mri's I have three bulging discs at 60%,a pulled hamstring on the left side and sciatica. to date it is inoperable and the result is involuntary bowel and bladder control. I was told by the secretary barb steaminess that a presidents award student such as myself and part ime employee as a can,never worked out- I feel that she was too involved in my personal life...I was always available f or work unless there was a danger due to my having only 5 hours of sleep increasing a safety risk to client...I took a day off july 1-98...she called me in despite my telling her to find someone else...shr brought in my work expiereince despite my telling her she was putting the patient at risj due to my fatigue...5 hours of sleep goes beyond my call of duty anywhere...
Not sure what you are asking about here. Your "question" is not clear. If you are concerned about your workers' compensation case moving forward, you need to hire a lawyer who handles those cases. You are not going to get anywhere with it by yourself. The injury you describe is extremely serious, and the benefit to you of having a good lawyer will greatly exceed the expense.
This answer is intended as general information and not as specific legal advice.
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