Florence, MS asked in Workers' Compensation for Mississippi

Q: I have a workers comp case had surgery once now 5 mths later need surgery again but a shot given to me damaged my eyes

My workers comp case is a torn rotor cuff 5mths later need surgery again it’s still torn and extremely inflamed so the Doc gave me a shot that could effect someone with diabetes and I told him I have diabetes he gave me the shot and for three days I was in the danger zone with my blood sugar causing me serious blurred vision three weeks later my vision still messed up. This will effect my job because I’m a pressman I need my eyes. And now I am having a hard time seeing can I be compensated for all

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Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon
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  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Cleveland, MS
  • Licensed in Mississippi

A: There is a possibility that you can recover, given that your current limitation was incurred during the course of treatment for your underlying injury. My recommendation would be to contact an attorney with worker's comp experience, so that he can gather additional facts regarding the nature of your injuries, and guide you through the process. Considering that you have ongoing issues, I would recommend contacting an attorney sooner rather than later.

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