I work through a temp agency for a company. Several weeks ago I pointed out to the company that the drain on my machine was clogged and causes the floor to get wet from overflow. I fell yesterday and hurt my wrist and possibly my back. Was offered light duty work through the temp agency 45 minutes... Read more »
Yes, there is not an easy answer here, though I would lean on the side that says 45 minutes is a little too far to force you to drive. You will need an attorney. Find someone locally - not a tv advertiser.
The insurance person offered $1000 extra payment to close the claim. This makes us think there is more than straight math in play. We also learned that mileage to medical can be included - the insco never told us this we had to find out on our own. What else are they not telling us?
Closing the medical portion of the file should your condition worsen. Also, foreclosing be possibility of you getting income benefits should the medical condition change for the worse. You need a lawyer to review your situation.
He may or may not be depending on a number of issues. You need to speak with a workers' compensation attorney first who will let you know if you are covered. Depending on that answer, you will need to speak with a personal injury attorney -- who may be one in the same. But either way,...Read more »
The accident was at work and basically a 1 ton chain hoist and metal plate broke free hitting me in the head causing a catastrophic head injury. I was asked if we could just pay medical bills out of pocket, now that I’ve been out of work I need that money to stay afloat, I have migraines so bad... Read more »
You need to hire a lawyer who practices workers' compensation asap. You have sustained a serious injury and concussion/head injuries are nothing to be taken lightly. Your employer owes you medical and income benefits and obviously isn't willing to do what they are supposed to on their...Read more »
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