Sugar Land, TX asked in Employment Law, Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation for Texas

Q: Hurt back at work. got on workers comp. been on it for a year and a half. had a lawyer for a year. we're are coming up

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 done. this is so obvious that my injury is not something I could have worked with before the injury date. I'm being left with Impairment. Ill never be able to work in my field again. They left me in the dirt in Texas

2 Lawyer Answers
Daniel John Christensen
Daniel John Christensen
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Answered
  • Austin, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: I am sorry to hear about what happened with your lawyer. While I don’t know enough about your situation to give you any advice here, I can advise you to seek new representation as soon as possible. In Texas, personal injury lawsuits must be filed no later than two years after the event. The closer you get to that date, the tougher it will be to find another lawyer to take on your case. I wish you the best of luck.

Dan Christensen.

www.texasjustice.com.

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Tim Rose
Tim Rose
Answered
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • LEHI, UT

A: 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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