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  • Terminated after W/C claim filed , Tennessee

    Hello

    I am a medical professional injured on the job. I had only been there 5 1/2 months. I was put on light duty and the employer states that can't accomendate me. About 2 weeks after I filed my claim I received a call from Human resources and was informed that as of that day I was being terminated as I was not eligible for leave because I had not completed my 6 months probation. However I am receiving W/C payments. ( I had earned short term disabilty leave and I also had about 80+hours of PTO on record.)
    The employer would not allow me to use this earned leave.

    I am being treated for tendenitis of R shoulder ( Possible partial tear)an injury received while trying to move a patient ( 450lbs+) from stretcher to bed . It was also recently discovered that I have developed a hernia and had some major side effects of the medication I was on . I can't take any of the prescribed pain meds because of the ulcers in my stomach secondary to the meds I was on and the reflux caused by the hernia. What a mess !

    Please advise !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks GOD BLESS

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