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Hello,
I have been on WC for about 6 months now, I believe they are ready to close my case as the doctors can not do any more for me.
I am in CA.
I broke 4 vertebra's and they have now healed (per the Doc & X Rays)
When falling I also injured my Knee, mostly soft tissue damage.
I still have severe back pains when I do certain movements and my knee always swells and throbs.
I noticed they placed on my papers "Permanent Stationary"??
I am very worried as I am a 56 female that can no longer do what I was doing and have been laid off due to down sizing.
What can I expect next? The Doc mumbled something to his Nurse about 4/9% ??
I will mention I retained an attorney, but trying to get info from them is like pulling teeth!!
Thank you,
Wittyl
 
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Hi Hun, You will probably get more help with this question on the injured workers forum part so I'm moving your question to the Injured Workers forum side. This way you can get answers from eveyone. I put it under the heading Help with rating.....
GOD BLESS OUR COUNTRY AND OUR PRESIDENT!
 
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backache Wrote:Hi Hun, You will probably get more help with this question on the injured workers forum part so I'm moving your question to the Injured Workers forum side. This way you can get answers from eveyone. I put it under the heading Help with rating.....
 
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wittyl Wrote:
backache Wrote:Hi Hun, You will probably get more help with this question on the injured workers forum part so I'm moving your question to the Injured Workers forum side. This way you can get answers from eveyone. I put it under the heading Help with rating.....

Hi, thank you very much I appreciate you moving it to the correct area.
 
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