Re: [owcp] lawyer?
- You are absolutely correct, I talked to a workers'
comp lawyer last week and he just shrugged his
shoulders saying if you don't have a doctor willing to
go to bat for you it is a lost cause with the DOL, I
got the same sort of response when I talked to the
lawyers that work for the Office of Inspector General,
basically they ended up telling me they work to
protect the Peace Corps and not former volunteers and
if I had a problem go find a lawyer.
--- Heidi Fassnacht <riverock5@...> wrote:
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> want to sue or anything, i just want to get a better
> sense for what my rights are at this point. has
> found a lawyer who actually seems to know (ie. knows
> more than we do?)
> i haven't filed any claims in a while and don't know
> if it has been too long. since i don't have great
> supporting documentation (ie. notes from a MD) in
> interim, i'm not sure if i can even reasonably
> any coverage at this point, even though i have never
> stopped my care (just been paying out of pocket).
> i'm in vermont. when i looked into this same
> in wisconsin, i found a lot of state workers comp
> lawyers, but found no federal ones locally.
> thanks for any thoughts.
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