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Settlements/Lawyers -- Utah
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A friend of mine is receiving workers compensation benefits for carpal tunnel syndrome. She had a recent visit with the company doctor who told her that she needed to meet with a physiatrist. She was also told that the doctor would assess her level of disability and that she would receive a settlement. The implication was that she would receive this settlement and then would no longer receive the benefits that she is presently receiving. Is this the way the system works? How should my friend prepare for this appointment? She has had trouble finding a local lawyer that deals with workers compensation issues. Does anyone know of any Utah worker's comp lawyers?
 
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Settlements/Lawyers -- Utah - cmpieper - 03-21-2008, 08:38 PM

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