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Amount is good, settle.
Amount is low, hire the lawyer.
Get the second Dr. opinion they wont lower amount.
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Florida menescus surgery settlement opinion help. Future medical?
(07-11-2013, 11:41 PM)1171 Wrote: you would be covered even if not officially on the clock if they had insurance.
sounds like the employer was without coverage at first and needed a "new" injury after he got insurance.
unemployment is available to those with permanent impairment.

P.S. if they were without insurance hopefully the carrier doesn't find out you were really injured before they had coverage and you are not entitled to anything and are participating in a fraud along with the employer.
now I can understand the real reason why you don't want an atty.

Way to look at it from that perspective, I did my part legally. In every statement I have ever written I have mentioned that it was originally injured before, & to every Dr I have seen. Ignorance of the law is no excuse but I did what I was required to do, I reported it within my 30 day limit forcing my employer to either send me or I was going to turn him in. If the insurance company failed to read MY statement then I did nothing wrong. Even the original ER doc told them his opinion that this technically wasn't a workmen's comp case which made it take longer still for eventual surgery. The insurance company had my first MRI aged. If their is fraud here it's not on my part. I did everything I knew to do to not lie & I didn't ever. I went to work under the assumption I was working legitimately & I worked hard until I had an accident & now my knee is screwed up for life. If the best advice you have is to tell me I'm a fraudster then please spare me the judgement & have a good day. Thanks. Edit -- Didn't mean to so prickly but I agonized before I forced my employer to send me to a real Dr. He made sure that I knew/believed that he would lose a big contract with 300 potential jobs if this got reported, it was not an easy decision.


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RE: Florida menescus surgery settlement opinion help. Future medical? - Stinkeye22 - 07-12-2013, 01:28 AM

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