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Asked on: 10/01/13, 12:34 pm

Do u need a physician to sign a release to go back to work. Or is a physician assistant releasing a patient back to work good enough. My mother fracture her knee and was in a cast for 8 weeks. Now that she is cleared to work with a physician assistant letter. Her work is telling her she cannot return without a release letter from a medical doctor not a physician assitant. And they are telling her it has been way to long.


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Answered on: 10/02/13, 7:54 am by Armen Tashjian

Tell your mother to get a letter from her doctor. If they still refuse to give her the job back file a complaint with the department of fair employment and housing. She can also take a legal action.


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