After the signing the Waiver, a few things could happen:
- You continue to receive treatment, get better and get back to work quickly (almost never happens);
- You receive some treatment and then the insurance finds any reason to terminate your benefits (happens all the time);
- You get fired (happens often);
- You get “Comprehensive Benefits” and your employer “takes care” of you! (Never Happens)
If you’ve been seriously injured working for a Texas Non-Subscriber, do not sign a Waiver without first speaking with a Texas Non-Subscriber Injury Attorney.
If you sign any agreement with your employer after an injury, you could be losing your rights to medical care and wage compensation. Therefore, just don’t do it.