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lost cause

Techdogg

Junior Member
#1
A rearward fall resulting in a concussion found on an MRI , whiplash and lower back injury witnessed by my lead hand . He told the supervisor the next day a week later I was walked of the property. And it was not even written up as a workplace accident . Six years later still in pain and not fully recovered making me think why did I work so hard everyday ?
 


Zigner

Senior Member
#2
A rearward fall resulting in a concussion found on an MRI , whiplash and lower back injury witnessed by my lead hand . He told the supervisor the next day a week later I was walked of the property. And it was not even written up as a workplace accident . Six years later still in pain and not fully recovered making me think why did I work so hard everyday ?
What US state?
Are you being covered by work. comp.?

Also, did you have a legal question for us?
 
#3
States vary. But the general rule is that if nothing has happened in six months to a year regarding a worker's comp case, it isn't going to. Six years later it's nothing but very ancient history.
 

quincy

Senior Member
#5
A rearward fall resulting in a concussion found on an MRI , whiplash and lower back injury witnessed by my lead hand . He told the supervisor the next day a week later I was walked of the property. And it was not even written up as a workplace accident . Six years later still in pain and not fully recovered making me think why did I work so hard everyday ?
How old were you at the time of your injury accident?

Personal injury claims have statute of limitations ranging from one year to six years (the time within which a personal injury lawsuit must be filed), depending on the state and the age of the injured at the time of injury.