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Help please !
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 ?
It will continue.
If they have light work available, you won't be eligible for disability payments.
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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.
Would not put it past them to find light work once you move away so watch out
if its only an hour away dont' quit,
(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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