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  • Where do I turn???

    I need clarification on the following:

    1) California W/C law re: $16,000 available for vocational re-training??
    2) Can I attend vocational school while out on medical leave?
    3) How long can my employer refuse to allow me back to work using medical restrictions as a reason?

    I have been out on W/C TTD since 2/3/04. Doctors released me back to work in October. Went to work for one meeting. Following day I received a call from the W/C insurance company saying "........your employer is not willing to take you back with restrictions.....you will stay on W/C disbility....." I have inquired from my employer under what conditions I would be allowed back to work. I was never given an answer. Looks to me like they have no intention of taking me back but cannot terminate my employment while out on leave.

    Thanks for reading.

    K

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    For information on Workers' Compensation Law, go to this website: http://www.afscme.org/otherlnk/weblnk27.htm
    In Solidarity,

    Wayne

    www.waynemarshall.org

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    • #3
      Thank you for the link. It's helpful.

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      • #4
        Glad that I could help, Kathleen. Good luck.
        In Solidarity,

        Wayne

        www.waynemarshall.org

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        • #5
          new law eliminated $16,000

          I was just informed that I am not eligibale for the $16,000 for vocational re-training due to my DOI being 2004.

          Is this true?

          K

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