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Asked on: 9/24/99, 8:14 pm

Strikes/Unions affect on permanent replacement worker on workers comp

I was hired as a permanent replacement worker at a factory where the unionized workers were on strike. Several months after I was injured on the job. It was a major trauma and my doctor has already said I will have a permanent disability but I do not have the mmi% yet. The strike was just settled and I received a letter with the option of buyout due to the need for openings to be made for unionized workers to return to work. How will this affect me & my case. Can they stop my checks? Insurance? Paying medical bills? Are they (the company) still liable due to my temporary total disability? Iam unable to work right now....can you give me some answers? Thank you.

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