|Author||Subject: Re: Can you sue the company you work for if you are trying to get workmans comp, but are now on LTD|
|ANOTHER FROM FL.|| Posted At 12:38:49 01/24/2001
TOM - WELL THAT WAS REALLY HELPFUL! WHO ARE YOU TO TELL
ANYONE TO SHUT UP? YOU'VE GOT A LOT OF NERVE,EVEN
IF NO BRAINS!
DEL - THANKS FOR THE INFO. I DIDN'T WRITE THE ORIGINAL QUESTION, BUT CAN USE THE SITES YOU SUGGEST AS I
LIVE IN FLORIDA TOO. VERY INFORMATIVE.
GEORGE- I GOT LAWYERS TO SEE WHAT I COULD DO ABOUT MY
INJURIES AND THE WAY I WAS TREATED. I WAS TOLD THAT
YOU CAN ONLY SUE A THIRD PARTY IF THEY CAUSED YOUR INJURY. (i.e. a construction co. leaving something
at the job site that caused injury....ect.) BUT THAT
WAS SEVERAL YEARS AGO. I KNOW THAT THEY CAN PUT YOU THROUGH A LOT HARASSING YOU ABOUT YOUR INJURIES AND ACTUALLY CAUSE MORE HARM MENTALLY. I'M PAST ALL THAT
NOW, BUT WILL NEVER FORGET. AS DEL SAID, CHECK OUT THE LINKS HE PROVIDED. AND I ALSO SUGGEST TALKING TO A LAWYER THAT SPECIALIZES IN EMPLOYMENT LAW.
CONSULTATION IS USUALLY FREE, AND IF YOU HAVE A CASE,THEY'LL USUALLY TAKE THEIR FEE OUT OF THE AWARD,
OR MAKE THE COMPANY PAY IT. HANG IN THERE AND GOOD LUCK!
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