I was injured in Oct 2010. After denying, delaying, 'losing' (my claim handler actually told me she lost my file and forgot about it for 4 months) for a year, i finally was accepted and started treatment. while getting treatment and wanting to re-enter the workforce (i hate not working) i conviced my doctor to release me back to work. very limited time, (5-7 hrs a week) and limted duty (no use of left arm) i accepted what i thought was a very low impact job. after a few months of trying to work, my OT and i agreed that the job was increasing the injury so i decided to leave the employment while awaiting a scope on my elbow to see whether or not it could be repaired surgically. when my work comp handler found out she discontinued my benefits saying that since i left work voluntarily that they were no longer responsible for paying my benefits. this after i had to deplete my entire savings, 401k (i was fired after being out on WC for 6 months) and have had to take several loans just to make ends meet in the year before they even started paying my benefits. is this the right decision? i dont feel that they should be able to discontinue my benefits because i cannot perform even the simplist of jobs. anyone else have any advice or experience?