In a hypothetical scenario a loader suffers a bone chip/small fracture + crushed toenail while loading in a trailor with an LOA on a Monday. The cause was the LOA continuing to run with packages on it and a 45lb box drops on the loaders toe. He went to the safety office and was looked at by his full time supervisor, the safety supervisors and other hub-wing supervisors (entertaining?) he did not file an accident report but the damage was observed and was offered to have an appointment with the company preferred physician. He politely declines and decides to wait a day or two so and see how it is. On Thursday he breaks and decides to see an urgent care physician and fills out workers comp forms as the injury was sustained on the property, recieves an x ray and a physical inspection, followed by a copy of the x ray on cd, an open toed orthopedic shoe and a pain pill prescription he decides not to fill and is given a note saying he can return to work on monday, if the condition permits. He returns to work and his note is denied and is sent to the company preferred physician. He sees the physician and is told he can return to work immediately. I wont get into the doublespeak or intimidation from the hypothetical supervisors. Before the mandatory "Get an attorney" he has already spoken with one who believes he has a case for a modest settlement for the injury if not at the least compensation for the base hours missed due to injury. Where do you other UPSer's think he should go from there?