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#1
I am suffering from a back injury. I am being paid every week while waiting for an impairment rating. My husband recently received a job offer that will cause us to relocate. Fortunately we will not be moving out of the state (NC) just about an hour north of where we currently reside. I am still considered an employee at the job I was injured at while waiting for my rating. If I have to quit in a little over a month when we move, what will happen to case ?
 
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#2
It will continue.
If they have light work available, you won't be eligible for disability payments.
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THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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#3
Thank you so much for your answer. There is no light duty available. My doctor had me ask this a few weeks ago when it was thought that I could possibly do some filing and office work.
 
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#4
Would not put it past them to find light work once you move away so watch out
 
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#5
if its only an hour away dont' quit,
 
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(06-28-2013, 12:38 AM)hamrs_62 Wrote: if its only an hour away dont' quit,

I never thought of that. Thank you.
 
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