I really do not want any part of this company but since theyíve tied me down. I have no choice but to include them so I can get treated.
In workers comp, if the employer offered you work and they terminated you, the carrier does not have to pay benefits.
In my situation, they never offered any work. I was terminated when I went to ask why I didnít receive a call back to see if there was modified work available.
The employer forwarded documents that I return to work then I was terminated for caused. So on record, it looks like I return to work, then I didnít follow procedure and was terminated. Oh, they were kind enough to pay two days of work when I was terminated.
There was nothing in the handbook about the procedure in question. The actual incident that was used was from a month prior to my injury that HR, my manager and myself filed and documented everything as a closed case.
I guess Iím the only person in the world that feels this is not right.