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Old 05-28-2014, 06:12 PM   #11
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All this advice is very good.

Question: At present since I didn't even consider my accident to be related to
workmen's comp. It was my supervisor and our director that chose to turn my
accident in. They have bent over backwards trying to be there for me.

I work for a non-profit that helps families with special needs.

But my Question: Should I consider hiring a lawyer. Because I still have
no clue which or if all my bills are workmen's comp. Or what to do about
my health insurance Co. And the case manager assigned there.

Ugh, I have a mess can you help please.

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