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    Default Broken Femoral Head, 5 Fractures Pelvis Etc. .

    What happens if I can't return to work in the same capacity? There is no light duty at my job. Anyone know a good comp attorney in WV?

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    Default Re: Broken Femoral Head, 5 Fractures Pelvis Etc. .

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    What happens if I can't return to work in the same capacity? There is no light duty at my job. Anyone know a good comp attorney in WV?
    If the employer is unable to accommodate your restrictions for any reason, you're entitled to wage loss benefits.
    Here's a good thread that explains how to find a good lawyer.

    Researching Lawyers Before You Choose One
    https://www.workerscompensationinsur...You-Choose-One

    Tony
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    Default Re: Broken Femoral Head, 5 Fractures Pelvis Etc. .

    So I had surgery on my broken femur and I am scheduled to have surgery on my knee mid September. I am in contact with my case manager at Liberty and whatever I need she approves. I guess I have been lucky so far. Thank you for the link you provided. I have a feeling I will need that info before this is over. Thanx Tony

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