Our topic for today is can my doctor release me back to work even if I’m not ready to return to work due to my injury? The short answer to this question is absolutely. It happens all the time. You have options. So, I would say don’t give up on your workers’ compensation claim. However, uh, you do need to speak with a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney. You’re gonna need some help to try to obtain additional medical care, possibly change medical care, f, possibly find out, uh, the circumstances, uh, behind this release back to work. If it’s been an extended period of time, these doctors get under a great deal of pressure from the insurance company to release the employee back to some form of work. And so, that could be something that’s, that’s causing the, the issue. However, you will not find that out without further litigation and investigation and therefore you need to reach out to a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney promptly. We hope that you found this information helpful and we hope that you’ll come check out our other videos and if you have any specific questions about something that’s going on with your workers’ compensation claim, feel free to give us a call at the number below. Thank you.
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