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  • LConnell
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    Mississippi Workers Compensation

    By quitting or refusing an assignment, you will probably endanger your ability to receive your compensation benefits for missed time (pay for time not worked).

    Workers Compensation may still cover the medical costs related to your injury, if it is believed that your medical costs are caused by your work-related injury.

    Let me know if you have additional questions.

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    workma's comp

    HELLundefinedHELLO , I INJURED MY RIGHT SHOULDER ON THE JOB 5-6-04, I WORK IN MISSISSIPPI, WAS SENT BACK TO WORK ON LIMITED DUTY BUT ONCE I GOT BACK I WAS DOING MORE THAN I SHOULD HAVE, MY DOCTOR THEN TOOK PUT ME ON NO DUTY, FOR ABOUT 2 WEEKS, NOW HE WANTS TO SEND ME BACK ON LIMITED DUTY WITH NO USE OF MY RIGHT ARM, MY EMPLOYER HAS BEEN GIVING ME A HARD TIME ABOUT ALL OF THIS, WRITING ME UP FOR EVERYTHING I DO, FEEL LIKE THEY ARE JUST COMING UP THINGS TO FIRE ME OVER, WELL I WANTED TO KNOW IF I QUIT MY JOB, COULD I STILL RECEIVE PAYMENT FOR WORKMAN'S COMP AND DO THEY STILL PAY FOR MY DOCTOR'S CARE , THANK YOU
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