how to find out your employers insurance carrier they are being so evasive about it and wont respond to my attorneys interrogatories

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how to find out your employers insurance carrier they are being so evasive about it and wont respond to my attorneys interrogatories

I have been out of work for eleven months i had three surgerys in2008 i reported my injuries to the company nurse she gave me aleve to try for pain .I went to my family Dr.was referred to an orthopdic surgeon,and a neurologist.no compensation for all that timeiwas released to return to work on 5-26-2009i received a certified letter on 7-03-2009 saying they were letting me go{fired} what do i do now.because i’m in no shape to loose my job i’ve lost everything else.

Asked on July 3, 2009 under Employment Labor Law, North Carolina

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

I am not admitted in North Carolina but your question needs a bit of sorting through.  First, do you have a lawsuit filed? A worker's compensation suit? It would appear that you have some type of proceeding going since you said that your attorney served interrogatories.  If the party you served interrogatories on does not respond within a time set down by the law you can request that the court - in a lawsuit - get involved.  I New York, for example, a motion to compel them to respond can be filed. 

As for being fired, go an see an employment lawyer to ask if you were improperly let go from your job.  You will need to explain to the lawyer all the above in detail and show him/her all your medical documetation as to your disability as well as the letter.  Good luck.


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