Q: Bloody fluid bandage in fast food bag while eating. PE cond including SLE and had open mouth sores. Was Cont by ins adj.
I of course informed the local store and filed a complaint with corporate. The manager contacted me to tell me he found no evidence of an injured employee. But today an insurance adjuster for the food chain contacted me. While speaking of my concern due to a number of pec including an immune system disease (SLE) and a history of open mouth sores which i had at the time and still do, i informed him i contacted my Dr and being i am not a normal healthy pt i will need to have lab work done for at least 3 months & monitoring for hep a, b, c and Hiv. Also, on the day i spoke to the manager and explained what kind of band aid it was, he told me they only used a certain color, but did not have any in store. I find it great that theyre acting so concerned, but am now leary that the adj told me he could approve 3 months of paying for my labs. I informed him my body reacts differently to intrusive viruses and i may need to be tested 2 monthly. He said "that would run 12,000. I can only say 1 mo.
A: A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, you could ask them if they would recognize your position if you provided a physician's note or narrative. You could also reach out to a Minnesota attorney to discuss in greater detail. Good luck
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