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How to walk away from this nightmare!
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All I wanted was time off from work to heal from my undisputed work injury, I didnt know it was going to become a "case". I got an atty thinking I needed one because of the paperwork, etc. I am feeling better now, and I am hoping my doc will release me without any restrictions. My employer has me out on workers comp leave. They said there are some positions open for me if I have no work restrictions. I want to drop this whole case and get on with my life but I want my job back. If I drop the case before I am returned to work, I would think my employer wont let me come back because its no longer workers comp leave.
What are the best steps to take so that I can go back to work and not have to deal with any more work comp issues such as having to see the AME and go through a depo when I dont even want a settlement, just want to return to work. Should I first dismiss the attorney then call the claims adjuster to tell him my thoughts??? I just want to take the correct steps in this. My goal and the atty's goal are different. I could care less about a settlement, me being well enough to make a living on my own is rewarding enough to me.
 
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#2
If your doctor releases you back to full duty without restrictions you should be able to work.
 
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#3
I do hope you have no complacations from your injury.....lawyer or not that is the goal for most of us......
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#4
Well there just going to pay you for your time off work, and they file a claim that way if you have trouble down the road with the same injury.

It's really no big deal
If the Doc releases you back to full duty without restrictions you should be able to work.
You should be ok no worry

Jade
Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time
 
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