Good morning Gaylord,I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.While I believe I understand your situation, I'm unclear as to what I can help you with. What legal questions do you have for me?Doug
I was put on restricted work duties after suffering from a work related injury which resulted in subsequent surgery and rehabilitation. After returning to work they informed me they have no work available because of my status. If I wasn't injured at work I would still be healthy and able to work. I have received no settlement of any kind and now I have been forced to retire. Since I'm not eligible for full retirement I will only receive $800 per month and not able to work because of my injury. Can they do this? Isn't there a law against dicrimination because I'm now partially disabled?
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