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    Question Work comp support group?

    [FONT=Verdana]There used to be a workers comp forum. Is it gone? If it's still here, can someone give me the link. Thanks

    I used to be very active here 20 years ago. I used the screen name Charli. My injuries got worse and I just wasn't able to be as active. I'd thought I'd check what's going on.

    I used to post mostly on the Chronic Pain forum, TOS forum and the work comp forum.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Charli [
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    Welcome back, Charli!

    There is a Social Security Disabilities forum at this link: http://braintalkcommunities.org/foru...lity-%28SSD%29

    The Chronic Pain forum is at this link: http://braintalkcommunities.org/foru...9-Chronic-Pain

    The TOS forum is a bit slow, but you can still post there at this link: http://braintalkcommunities.org/foru...utlet-Syndrome

    The Chronic Pain forum is quite active and I hope there are a few people who still remember you!

    Glad to have you back at our BT forums!
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