The rules depend on what state you are in and the particular facts of your case, but generally, seasonal employees are covered by workers comp. If your employer refuses to help you, contact a local workers comp attorney for a consultation to see exactly where you stand.
Your question implies that you are concerned about the marijuana use affecting your right to workers compensation benefits. First, Arkansas allows you to be terminated at will, so, yes, you can get fired. 2. You likely cannot be fired simply for legal marijuana use. 3. Your workers'...Read more »
I work in a famous airline in the middle east and due to travelling alot I was called and informed that I will be in quarantine knowing that the company offer accommodation where I stay and the doors can only be opened using the company ID.
I didnt feel safe when I realised that they... Read more »
on the finalization. I have a very good case I know we would have this. My second W.C. adjusters own doctor appointment is this Thursday. The lawyers emailed me today with some very bogus untrue reasons that they are not taking this farther because we wont win the case in court. I'm not... Read more »
It sounds like you are getting a medical evaluation or IME to determine the level of impairment you have on a permanent basis. Once you have the medical report from this doctor, you can make a better decision as to the best course of action to take.
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