Re: Back Again and in Need of
I have not heard it mentioned on the "multiplier". Is there one? Does Tennessee use one?
My husband has been released from mental and physical. He CANNOT return to any job like the one he had and his employer has no work he can do under his restrictions. Where does this put us?
I am confused about the multiplier, if and how it is used?
And the whole body impairment vs. partial, how that is determined?
And where does permenant mental impairment fall in that situation.
These questions are complicated, there are alot of variables.
We are probably not going to hire an attorney
I fail to see how you think you're going to take on a team of seasoned comp attorneys when you seem to lack basic knowledge of the comp laws in your area.
Seeking advise on a message board to represent yourself is not a wise move, especially
in a case as complicated as your husbands.
There are alot of other factors that need to be considered as far as future medical, ect.
I would advise you to seek legal counsel pronto, for what an attorney charges, you'll come out way ahead and protect your rights.
Neither do we, that comment is unnecessary.
I don't need smart ass remarks
Cool it on the lingo please.
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