The AME report says I have Morton's Neuroma and put me on restrictions at work and my workers Comp dr does not agree with the AME report but he is to follow what that dr says
Now I'm been release to my company on modified duties says the need to know more and to see if they can accommodate me
Does this mean I won't have a job and what can I do
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Re: AME report
Call us at 213.388.7070 for a free consultation and have a copy of the AME report ready to discuss the AME doctor's findings.
Re: AME report
New cases decided last month vastly change the value of all WC cases. This matter is complex and you should not try to do it yourself so you should get an attorney to discuss your options. If you are located in Southern California, you can email me your contact info, so we can discuss your particular situation. There is no charge for consultation.
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