Hello everyone I was injured at work on 12/'06/2011 and have been suffering from lower back pain and numbness to my right leg at times.This is painfull and the Mri shows degenerative disc however I have been fired, denied treatment,lost my insurance,now suffer from pain daily without relief, the injury has caused mental depression and thoughts of worthlessness.I have an lawyer and the company is dening responsibility.. I want relief, I want treatment,I dont know what to do the Doctors dont take this seriously and what should I do?Thank you for any help!!View Thread
Hello yes its me again and yet still I have no treatment however I did have an IME from the insurance company for my ex employer he saw me six months ago and basiclly denined that the pain I feel everyday doesnt exsist!!!! This really is a scam please pray for me and get back to me if you have any ideas??? Thank you!!!!!View Thread
Thank you very much for your advise..I have an attorney and hopefully we go to trial in January this really is amazing how these places of business can get away with this!!!! I hope and pray all goes well for you and your wife... If anyone knows a good attorney in Illinois please let me know!!!View Thread
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