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Employer avoiding using workmans comp
(10-05-2017, 01:53 PM)tinainky Wrote: Hi Tinainky,

By this time you should have reported this to your employers WC ins carrier. Not sure what state you are in but in NJ it is a state law that WC carrier and ph# and Right to Know Law info all be posted in a common area maybe the lunchroom maybe above the coffee pot you know the common areas where everyone will pass by ( NOT THE BATHROOMS )

Absolutely this is related to your work, and its termed repetitive motion injury. In Manystates you can file your claim online just google your state and work comp and you will find a state run website there you can get most of your questions answered,like how to begin the process.

Your boss is a MORON, and it appears hes moreinterested in keeping his ins rates down, but that is what ins is for. BOY I can understqnd not wanting to rock the boat where your make your livilyhood but the longer you remain in this long/short term disability the harder it will be to show this is a work related injury. I hope you told the Dr you had pain on your job and it just got worst from there.Just be honest as you can as your credibility goes very far in a case like this. Dont worry about the ins money youhave already gotten  as they will work out the reimbursements. The point is you should not have to deal with this crap as you have enough on your plate to worry about. Oh I didnt want to rock the boat at my job, my mgr had my no work notes changed to sedentary work ok, after changing notes back and forth a few time and I needed and loved my job out in the field I ended up sitting on a lumbar pinched nerve which sent me into a convulsion-like spasm after 45 mins I fell onto the floor and flopped like a fish out of water and have never been the same. Im totally disabled and have been since age 32. Dont ever think this stuff happens to others as 1 day you may be that other


PS: BE CAREFUL LOOKING FOR A LAWYER. As its a quick buck to make even if they sell you out short. Vent any lawyer and call the bar as they maybe full of good info. You want an  EXPERIENCED WC  LAWYER

I called Doctors office today. They said the MRI had been denied by my insurance company.
I then told them I needed the doctor to fax a letter stating this injury was do from the type of work I did. She said she would inform the doctor. Where it goes from here, who knows.....I bet I do not hear back from the Doctor...

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RE: Employer avoiding using workmans comp - bugmann - 10-11-2017, 05:00 PM

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