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    I have a wrist injury that is aggravated by the type of work I do. I have surgery thru my regular doctor scheduled for next week. My boss is denying the time off for surgery and has told me to reschedule for next year. If this is put off, it will be several months before I can schedule the time to do this as I am a single mom and don't have the at home support. As the injury is aggravated by work, am I legally able to take this to worker's comp to get addressed and fixed?

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