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north Carolina, need answers
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Hey, i'm in north Carolina. I'm 23, recent eye injury resulting in loss of peripheral vision and extremely low visual acuity. So, I have been released to go back to work full duty with no restrictions but I am still blind in my left eye. it has only been three months since I've been outta work. My question now is, will this mess up my set[/i]tlement now that I am released to work with no restrictions?
 
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delete please thanks billy
 
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#3
No.

You are not going to get any more temporary monitary benifits. Simply because you were released to work.

The amount of your settlement ( if any ) is not going to change because you went back to work.
8-05, Micro laminectomy/disectomy. 10-05 lumbar fusion L5-S1. 2-07 exploritory surgery. 12-07 medical implant, Spinal Cord Stimulator. now receiving SSDI. After going back to school, I received my degree as a mechanical engineer. What can I say, it was the only way I had to beat the system. 
 
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Thanks guys. I believe that I will receive some type of settlement because I received a discovery letter from my lawyer. I returned that yesterday. So does i that mean i'm in the clear for money?
And hurt back, I have not received any type of mmi at all! Am I suppose to have one?
Hurt back, I have not received any type of mmi yet! Should I have already received that?! Also, since I am released back to work, that means that I can't have a disability even though I am blind in my left eye?!
 
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(08-14-2012, 10:49 PM)tnicholson3 Wrote: I have not received any type of mmi yet! Should I have already received that?! Also, since I am released back to work, that means that I can't have a disability even though I am blind in my left eye?!

Some people with a lot more disability then you can return to work as a sleep study subject.Big Grin
Disability ratings are for any bodily impairment not just the ones used in your job.
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THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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