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No, it's not illegal for an employer to allow or have an injured employee work as a general proposition. There are specific laws it could violate, like the ADA and possibly some workers comp laws, but they are extremely fact specific and to know if they apply you would have to get a local lawyer who does civil litigation to sit down with you and go over the facts and likely they would have to look at the medical records as well.
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