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Very bad timing in West Virginia
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State: West Virginia

About 6 weeks ago I noticed a “soreness” in my left elbow. I didn't think much of it at the time. However, the more I worked, the worse it got. I discovered the activities at work that made it hurt worse and was able to assign another co-worker under me to take over that portion of my job. My thought was that it would get better since I wasn't straining it so much. It isn't getting any better.


To complicate matters, I have been seeking other employment. I have not yet reported the injury which I now believe to be tennis elbow because the job I was on is time critical and I didn't want it to fall behind schedule.


I have found another job that I want to take, but I'm afraid that my current employer will fight the claim if I file it right before quitting and going somewhere else.


I have not yet seen a doctor, or an attorney.


I'm not sure what to do. This injury is very bad timing.
 
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(02-15-2016, 07:42 AM)Smokey Hill Wrote: State: West Virginia

About 6 weeks ago I noticed a “soreness” in my left elbow. I didn't think much of it at the time. However, the more I worked, the worse it got. I discovered the activities at work that made it hurt worse and was able to assign another co-worker under me to take over that portion of my job. My thought was that it would get better since I wasn't straining it so much. It isn't getting any better.


To complicate matters, I have been seeking other employment. I have not yet reported the injury which I now believe to be tennis elbow because the job I was on is time critical and I didn't want it to fall behind schedule.


I have found another job that I want to take, but I'm afraid that my current employer will fight the claim if I file it right before quitting and going somewhere else.


I have not yet seen a doctor, or an attorney.


I'm not sure what to do. This injury is very bad timing.
Yes filing a claim and quitting will look suspicious.
Waiting to file is worse.
See a doctor and it they support a work injury then file he claim.
Waiting won,t Make it easier n this employer or your Next.
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THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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