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    Question Employer Said Not to Tell E.R. it was an On-the-Job Injury

    My workers compensation claim was made in the State of: Alaska I went to the emergency room because of a fall from equipment, the reffered me to get a MRI from another doctor and placed me on pain meds, when I turned in my workers comp paper work, the supervisor said they usually pay the bills so they don't get a recordable accident, what to do?

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    Default Re: Employer Told Me Not to Tell ER It Was on the Job

    Tell him that's nice but you'll need the accident reported to protect your rights.
    Talk to a lawyer pronto, sounds like you'll be needing one.
    Good luck
    Tony
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    Default Re: Employer Told Me Not to Tell ER It Was on the Job

    Follow Tony's advice...... PRONTO
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