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1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Puerto Rico on
Q: I was fired when I got back from workers' comp leave because my supervisor says I wasn't lifting what I used to be able

to. Do I have any recourse?

Naomi Jusino
Naomi Jusino
answered on Jan 11, 2017

You may be qualified to file a discrimination claim under ADA.

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Q: I had a workers comp case denied 3 times in 2009 due to stress from work i fainted and yet i have been approved for ss

Can i reopen this case since my health has worsen from that fall.

Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers
Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers
answered on Oct 1, 2014

It all depends, there is the need of more details and facts to determine if your case can be reopened. I strongly suggest that you gather all the information and documentation of your case and your current health condition and contact ASAP an attorney with SS practice close to your home. It is... View More

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