I injured my right shoulder 4/14/08 while climbing into my wrk truck. It completely popped out of socket and move 4.5 inches according to ER doctors. After being taken in an ambulance and my shoulder being reset I went to the occupational Medicene center like I was told bymy supervisor. I was taken off work and set up to see an orthopedic surgeron. Ortho did an MRI and decide I had a ton of damage, and would need to have surgery to repair my rotator cuff, bicep tendon and lathal tendon. After waitin 4 more weeks for approval the surgery finally hapened, have been back to see Ortho who said I could go back to work as long as I lifted no more the 2LBS with my right arm. I took my paperwork to my supervisor he read the paperwork and said there was no light duty available in my position and too just stay home and call in each Monday which I have. My next evaluation is for the 12th of Aug, I was hoping to up my lifting enoungh to be able to work around the yard. My right arm still hurts and after holidin it up for a few minutes goes numb and I lose grip for awhile until it has rested. I received a letter to day in the mail stating " This letter is to inform you that effective August 11th-08 you are being dsicharged from you employment with the COT. This action is being taken as a result of your failure to return to work." I don;t really understand this, yes I could have been back 6 weeks ago but was told there was no light duty for me by my supervisor. I called in when I was supposed to and get this letter in the mail on a saturday, now the next time I could contact someone will be the day i am terminated. any avice do I have a leg to stand on here. I know Texas is a RIGHT to state so employees have absoulutely NO help.