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TOPIC: industrial injuries

Re:industrial injuries 6 years 3 months ago #61934

hi peter i have only just got back on the net and readyour reply i would love some help with my situation i am still waiting for a date for my appeal but i have since seen a optimolgist who has said she wants me to have a brain scan and see a nurologist itis fryingmy head not being told what isexactley wrong with me all i know is since the accident 3 years ago i am constantly in pain tiredworn out and on morphine 3 times a day to try and ease the pain i get high rate dla and incapacity but since i was firstinjuredit has got worse hence being put on morphine i just dont know what to do anymore because a4u charity was going to help but because the tribunal/appeal thing has been moved from shrewsbury towolverhampton when ido get a date they can no longerhelp itsoutofthere area its all beginning to get too much i am worn out worrying about it so any help would beappriciated i dont even have a copy of the medical report notan eligable one anyway but i do know the me didnt listen towhat me and my husband said and he didnt do any test as he said he could see i was in no fit stateto do them thanks gail
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Re:industrial injuries 6 years 3 months ago #61978

hi peter i se you are on line i have today got my date for my hearing it is on 17/08 but i am a loss as to how to deal with it any help would be appreciated
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Re:industrial injuries 6 years 3 months ago #61983

  • peterjclive
hi gail first thing to do is take plenty of deep breaths and keep calm first have you phoned the tribunal and asked if they have a date for you if not phone 0845 608 8779 this is the office for east and west midlands and get them to help you once you have done that i will be able to help you with further advice peter
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Re:industrial injuries 6 years 3 months ago #62067

  • peterjclive
hi gail. i am going to try and help you through your appeal. when you had your medical for industrial injuries benefit what medication where you taking and what dosage and what reports did you have from GP - hospital consultants or anybody else involved with your care. Currently has your medication changed or have your dosage been increased or both to control your pain. Who did the independant report for you? when my wife had her appeal it was held in Birmingham because we lived in Bromsgrove worcestershire we now live in a place called Foel which is 20miles out of Welshpool, Wales. where do you live? I await your reply, Peter
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Re:industrial injuries 6 years 3 months ago #62068

I intend to lock this thread because it is focused on Industrial Injuries Benefit, which as I alluded to in an earlier post is not something we can discuss and comment upon in accordance with the rules of the forum. Moreover, the thread has developed into asking for personal information, which is not allowed to be relayed in an open forum for obvious reasons.
Nothing on this board constitutes legal advice - always consult a professional about specific problems
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