Q: The Worker's Compensation Atterney I hired settled my PD claim w/o my consent
I told him no i wanted full disclosure of my claim and need to ask the judge for some of my $125,642 award i was put as permanet and stationary way to early by my PTP when still getting my right hand,fingers,thumb,wrist from pulling radial nerve out of my bicept from jobsite fall ,and my back and neck worked on multi Degenerative disc disease and neck i had two buldge disk pushed back in my neck by going 7 days in a row to see a Chiropractor a year ago from CumulativeTrauma from doing my job but working for two years after jobsite fall at work and not getting put on workers comp without the use of my right domenant hand ,arm which Atrophy over two years so bad i will never get function back even after multi tendon transfer surgery and right ring finger amputation surgery and having to do everything with my left its messed up my back and neck even worse, and i tried going back to work but said my Restrictions they could not Accommodate And laid me off now my attorney w/o consent settled
You have not asked a question.
This Q&A board is not a place to solicit an attorney to work for you. It is a place to get general legal guidance.
Speak to your attorney about this. You cannot be forced to sign a settlement that you do not agree with. However before you walk away from a negotiated settlement be sure you understand the risks of doing so.
It might also be a good idea to have an employment law attorney look at the circumstances surrounding the employer's refusal to return you to work. There are not enough facts to indicate whether that action violated your rights, but it should be explored.
Good luck to you.
more info is needed.
either ask your attorney for an explanation or contact another worker's comp lawyer.
if the worker's comp lawyer said your first lawyer did something wrong causing you to lose money, then maybe you have a legal malpractice case against him. If that was the case maybe the new worker's comp lawyer can direct you...............and consider using punctuation.
it is hard to read your missive.
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