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Re: Workmans Comp Claim for CTS
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Posted by Deborah
on September 30, 2000 at 22:34:25:
In Reply to: Re: Workmans Comp Claim for CTS posted by Stacey Kessler on September 23, 2000 at 12:18:56:
: : I just seen a hand specialist today. I was sent to him from work. I have CTS in both hands. I go in Oct.
: : 4 for surgery on my left hand. So far Workman's Comp is covering everything without question.
: : I work for Ford Motor Company. My question to you is...have you talked with a lawyer? I think if I were
: : in your position, that's what I would do.
: Thanks for the reply. I have talked to a few lawyers but that was in the very beginning before i was taken out of work. They made it seem like everything was going the way it should be. And i should give Workmans Comp their 90 days by law. So thats what i been doing but in the meantime been pushed around. But after my next appt. with the specialist if nothing is done i will look into getting my own lawyer. Did you do the EMG test and it came out positive to determine you had Carpal Tunnel? Is there any other way to find out besides that test. Because I have heard so many people say that tests fails. Well any information would be great. Thank you.
Stacy, You should check with the Industrial Labor people in the state you live in. You should be able to see the doctor of your choice if you are not happy with the doctor they are sending you to. Good Luck!
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