How would it affect a pending workers comp case if the workers resigns from the job?

The case is unsettled; the worker (per doctor excuse) is unable to work. Workers comp is denying the case. By quitting the job the worker would be provided access to funds to help with financial survival while waiting for the case to settle

Asked By: angelbabe_iii - 12/2/2011
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It makes little difference either way, it simply changes your argument when applying for unemployment insurance benefits. Your worker's compensation case will continue even if you moved to the dark side of the moon and never showed up for work again. You have been injured while performing a job, that is not a basis... More
Answered By: callipygenous - 12/2/2011
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if you quit your medical will still continue to be paid, but you will lose any wages you are paid by the WC carrier,you will however be ineligible for unemployemnt because you quit and because you are unable to work, the latter being a requirement in order to collect unemployment.
Answered By: lcr000 - 12/2/2011
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