Can work comp force you to work in winter if you were hired as summer help. This summer job was a second job which is where I

Answered on Jan 5, 2015

You should probably sit down and talk to a workers compensation attorney about it. Almost everyone offers a free consult on contingent cases (i.e. you only pay if the attorney wins). As someone else noted, this will be a very fact intensive question and the context will be important. There may be questions about the nature of the original job and the suitability of the position offered. However, if you actually are fully recovered without restrictions that would be difficult to get around and you benefits would likely be terminated.