Q: If i had a stroke which resulted in a brain anurism, can i get compensation from the company?
I feel i was made torn to work harder than most employees purposely on a daily basis and i also talked to company personel about feeling like this and possible solutions. I have also relayed this to fellow employees i directly work with and they also see my reasoning for feeling singled out.
each case rises or sinks on the specific info for that case.
I assume you are talking about filing a worker's compensation case against your employer. If so you need to make an appointment with a WC lawyer.
They will want to know what EVIDENCE you have to support your position............in other words is it speculation? has a doctor said this?
You have the Burden of Proof..............can you meet it?
A: You should sit down with a Workers Comp lawyer in your area. They can analyze your situation and let you know what possible options you might have.
A: You may have a valid workers' compensation claim, but you may also have other remedies for what has happened to you. However, it is impossible to provide an informative answer with the information you have provided here. I would recommend calling a workers' compensation attorney and also an attorney that handles employment discrimination cases (or one that handles both) so that you get solid answers to your questions. Good luck to you.
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