Q: I am a victims of an attack and assaulted at the work place parking lot by another co-worker as I was unlocking my car.
I work a privately own Medical establishment. The owner who is having me come to work Monday 03/01/2021 in a Hostile environment with the Attacker. And refusing to pay me Medical Leave , due to I am Traumatized and need Medical help and I am scared of my Attacker. The Attacker who's worked there for 14 years and me going on 2 years. Ms had no reason for her to come and Assaulted me . It started over a buck of candy from one of Referring Reps, that she had left for the clinic. On 02/26/2021 around 4:50 pm Mr. asked me where he could get some chocolate candy. I replied at the front desk, when we walk up to the front desk, both and her little sister were in their chairs on their cell phones. When I ask what had happened to the buck of candy, didn't get a chance to reply. When jumps in rudely and said she took it to her son. I replied but that was for the clinic to share.
Contact a member of the texas Trial Lawyers association who handles workers compensation cases in your county. you can discuss with him the options you may have for other claims.
You can also report the assault to the police.
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