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Knoxville Bar Association - Lawyer Referral Service in Knoxville, TN
Knoxville Bar Association - Lawyer Referral Service (Legal Information Services) is practicing law in Knoxville, Tennessee. This lawyer is listed on Lawyer Map under the main category Lawyers - All in Legal Information Services.
You can reach us on phone number (865) 522-7501, fax number or email address . Our office is located on 406 Union Ave, #510, Knoxville, TN,
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I had a SEVER brain injury when I fell at work. They filed it on Workmans Comp. Sometimes I wished they had not. I have had one doctors visit since January 18, 2017. They want my legal time to run out or I die which ever comes first I have not have a dozen call even from them. They sent me four months after the accident to a neurologist. He said I had debris in my inter ear. Oh sure. That is why my head is still sore, I'm still dizzy most of the time. Why I can only lay one way in bed. When I lie down the whole room spins. Close my eyes and it just goes faster. When I fell my ears popped so loud and hurt so badly and now I am losing my hearing. I can not see nearly as good as I did. I am fighting with all I have, that being God, to keep my mental faculties in tact because due to our circumstances I HAVE TO WORK A FULL TIME JOB MAKING GOOD MONEY just to put food on the table, medication for me and my bad diabetic husband and house payment and utilities. I will not go where they let you lay in die. I am paying for my home for my children, I am going to make this work. We also need a newer car. Our air conditioning went out this Summer, and it is on it's last legs. If I can get a full time job and will buy a newer car to get to and from work. I need 4 wheel drive. I had a interview and I sure hope it works for a long time. I also broke both wrists, injured/bruised my left kidney and it is out of whack, and broke my left foot-maybe right just not as bad. I took it on myself to pay to go to the eye doctor. They would not even charge me for an over two hour visit. What does that say? Not good news, I don't think. Really offered no help for my eyes. I guess I will have to go myself to an ear doctor because that left eyes really hurts and losing my hearing is not going to help in work. I have not asked to be repaid by them for these. I just desperate. I finally have the SECOND interview with the neurologist on the 27th of September this year. All he has prescribed for me was one antidepressant that I could not take. It only made me feel worse. Never even told me to schedule a second visit. Finally at my insistence they made another appointment. (I call this mal-practice on his part, plus the two RN's handling my case through the insurance company for the company I worked for. I cannot get an attorney to take the care up here because it is a large company and workmans comp pays so little. I understand that, but it could turn out to be lots more. When in the pharmacy shortly after the accident and I asked what might help the dizziness he said Dramamine had the same ingredient as Antivert-a prescription medication- that helped with that. That is all I have been using. My primary does not handle workmans comp so she has nothing to do with it. Not in any way. Says get an attorney. Impossible up here. Yes I can drive to Knoxville to meet with you if I don't get another full-time job I can't take time off from. I interviewed last week and pray I get it. Should know tomorrow. Would not start until the next week for training. I am desperate. Now I hope you are sitting down-HA- I am 73.8 years old. BUT I STILL HAVE TO WORK-FULL TIME. NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. Two and Two don't make ten. Please help me if you can I any way. A referral or say no case, but it is not my fault they fired a girl, she got mad (as most of them do, they fire a bund daily), she slapped one of the hand sanitation holders on the hallway wall, nothing came out when she wanted it too, so she stomped off. Me being the perfectionist I try to be, looked at the sparkling clean hallway and the holder handing from in wall in disarray, and decided to go back and correct her mess to keep the hallway looking nice. I do not know the girl nor could I recognize her. I sure they would know and have cameras. Not seeing the gel from the sanitizer on the floor, my foot hit it and wrapped my body around a doorway to an office and made myself slide down the wall to flatten my back on the floor it hurt so bad. You see seven years ago I broke it and had surgery but had worked my way back at the gym to walking a mile three times a week and then working out at out time. I felt good.
However after the fall I did something I have NEVER done before. I started jerking all over my body. I could not control it or stop it. I was still shaking when I got to the hospital. The doctor there told me it was like a Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome because I had suffered a closed brain traumatic injury to the head and the paid was so bad my body could not take it. Thank goodness I have had no more.
Now you know my story. Can anyone please help? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. My cell phone is 423-433-9132. Thank you for listening and I look forward to hearing from you.
Knoxville Bar Association - Lawyer Referral Service 406 Union Ave, #510
Knoxville, TN 37902
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