... You should have made a claim with workmans comp when your doctor said you have carpel tunnel.Your doctor would have filled out the forms for workmans comp. Your HR office is right you can't put in a claim to worksmans comp after the fact.Hopefully things work out better with your second hand. ... (2 replies)
... i asked our hr office if i would be able to put this surgery in as workmans comp afer the fact, and they told me no. ... (2 replies)
... k for a new job doing something that doesn't make you over work your hand! Remember, your health and hands are priceless, but jobs are not. Who cares about the workmans comp claim? ... (2 replies)
... does workmans comp cover carpal tunnel in MIchigan (0 replies)
... The Workmans Comp. DR. said I need hand surgery. I like to go for second opinion, but our case worker at work said why, they tell you the same thing. ... (2 replies)
... Workmans Comp paid for surgery. Never was able to fully heal and in the process developed carpal in other hand. Nerve tests never bad enough for other surgery. But lots of pain, tingling,etc. Wear braces all the time. Tests never show anything too bad. ... (1 replies)
... GET A NOTE FROMYOUR DR THAT THE C/T FOR BOTH HANDS ARE WOrK REALTED AND GIVE THE LETTER TO YOUR HR PERSON AND ASK HER FOR A CLAIM # SHE HAS TO GIVE IT TO YOU PLUS THE INS NAME AND NUMBER TO FILE YOUR CASE AND GET A CLAIM # asap.
dont let them bully you if this is w/c than they should payfor itall including your time outof work to heal. (2 replies)
... Carpal tunnel release is one of the easier ones. I wonder if you have some other thing going on in your hands besides that! ... (14 replies)
... crissy, it was carpal tunnel release,
thats all i know. when i ask too many ?'s the dr thinks im going to sue him and changes the subject.
i tried cooking the other day and dropped the tongs and gave my self second degree burns, now my skin is peeling off, just a wonderful experience.
i cant remember when i have had so much fun and still been awake. lol hurten (14 replies)
... Carpal Tunnel 1st and 2nd compartment releases, or Subcutaneous Ulnar nerve transposition at the elbow? ... (14 replies)
... After the carpal tunnel release my hand still had a bunch of problems, and the only way that they figured that out was to see an MRI. ... (14 replies)
... I have been on workers comp for almost 3 years! I have had 4 surgeries on my left arm! ... (14 replies)
... the dr said nothing went wrong withthe surgery.
but sometimes it just is not successful and iam the one. isuffer with cronic pain all the time.sometimes ona scale of 1-10 its an 8-9 angood days its a5-7 thats with no usage at all.buti have to live.
now i am suffering with depression and seeing a psych i dont no what he can dofor me if my hands hurt what canhe say, its not in... (17 replies)
... Sorry about the carpal tunnel problem. I have it too and want to avoid complications like permanent loss of feeling, numbness, and tingling. ... (17 replies)
... Hi everyone. Just a quick question. When is the appropriate time to file a workmans comp. claim? ... (6 replies)
... i have been dealing with carpal tunnel and workers'comp. Get a lawyer now. They are all sugar and spice to start and then they get you to their docs saying your ready for work when your not. ... (17 replies)
... I don't know about workmans comp as I am self employed. I have heard of people who are still battling with WC after 4 years and still need surgery. And their condition deteriorates... ... (17 replies)
... I am really sorry to hear about all the problems I am hearing about with pain management from carpal tunnel syndrom. I have all the same problems all of you have. I went through workmans comp which I have to say sucks excuse my french. ... (15 replies)
... i went through workmans comp for my carpal tunnel. my employer started to do the same thing with me. making me work harder, treating me different to try and get me to quit. i almost did quit too. ... (6 replies)
... I'm in the UK so we don't have the Workmans Comp thing here. ... (4 replies)