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  • Can I legally quit my job without losing my compensation for my injury?

    Well for one I'm haveing issues with getting my surgery from workers comp. But question is when can I legally quit my job without losing my compensation for my injury?

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    Re: Can I legally quit my job without losing my compensation for my injury?

    Its not the idea for quitting your job to solve your problem.If your injury is work related,you certainly dont quit your job,You fail to mention your injury,or how long you have had this injury and just what operation you may need.
    Of course,if its the companies insurance ,thats paying,its not good to even think about quitting.If it falls into your personal company insurance,deducted from your pay,then this too is a factor between the two.If this is with the second choice,and you have put your time in,then eventually the insurance company will study your problem,and will request to have more test,and interviews with a few different
    specialist,to determine your actual need for surgery.
    You fail to state if you are still working,or at home,not working,and when you see your doctors,which
    at this point should involve more than one doctor to have a case for surgery.

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      Re: Can I legally quit my job without losing my compensation for my injury?

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        Re: Can I legally quit my job without losing my compensation for my injury?

        Christian Willis;
        You certainly have made my day.Its great to have been of some help,to some-one.Its a sorry thing
        to have a back injury,and have no-one believe you.Its still imperative,that one must go through the rop
        es,and though we would rather make haste,its a time consuming inpediment.I went through testing for
        over two years,and finally after all the bragging best doctors,the insurance company sent me to,were
        all of that,big brags.They send their reports in to the insurance company,and really had you perform
        less test,than they charged the insurance company for.This is the system,and there is little you can do
        about not following the instructions,and avoiding the doctors,to judge your case.
        However,after you have passed through the gautlet of doctors,and interviews,you really begin to see
        the light at the end of the tunnel.The main thing,you must do,is hang in there,and not try to change any
        thing,until your lawyer(you should have a good lawyer,and a good Orthopedic Surgeon for your case,an
        d ones whom will sign,that you are beyond all circumstances qualify for a operation,and to draw com
        pensation.( I was on compensation,for fifteen years,before I had my first back operation,and had three
        in one month).Just to illustrate,that sometimes it can take a long time to get a operation.
        If you have more questions,just ask. I have been disabled now,for close to thirty years.
        Take Care
        James

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