can I be fired if I am on workers compensation and do not return to work after a certain amount of time
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Your employer would look for any excuse to fire you. If your doctor has released you to work they may fire you for not showing up to work. In any event you should receive a settlement for your injury. Feel free to call me at 213.388.7070 for a free consultation.