Missouri  |  Employment Law

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Asked on: 11/03/11, 10:35 am

I went to the ER for my arm, wrist, and hand hurting. The doctor advised that it was an injury due to work and that I go to a workmans comp doctor. I was also told to report to work after being discharged.

When I arrived at work I was told that I lied on my application ( not the one I was hired on) and that I have continuously lied to them ( everything in question I have proof to back up my story). Also if I filed workmans comp or went to see the doctor I would be denied the benefits. I have only worked here 3 months and would have starting paying for union on the next paycheck.

1. I am still in pain. Can I see a workmans comp doctor without being charged?

2. Is this wrongful termination and where do I start?

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