Attention UPS'ers Whenever you get hurt on the job, you need to report this injury to management. The injury needs to be documented by management, even if Liberty Mutual is not called. I hurt my back in January of 2007, and reported it to my supervisor. He told me to take a few days off, to see if I would feel better by then. This is all well and good, on the part of management, as it may be something minor, that just needs a couple of days to heal. The problem with this, though, is that sometimes things can feel better, but still need medical attention. From the day I hurt my back, (it felt like a pinched nerve), to now, the pain has gotten worse. I recently decided that enough was enough, and the I needed to call in the injury. I didn't have the exact date, so my supe told me to call it on that particular date, but to explain that it had happened quite some time ago. I called it in, and went to the Dr, who referred me for an MRI. Turns out that I have a herniated disc in my upper back, due to the constant activity at work, (Runner/Gunner). Long story short, Liberty Mutual has denied my claim, due to the fact that I can't recall the exact date I was injured. This experience should be a warning to all of you UPS'ers out there. Have your injury, no matter how "slight", documented. Date, how it happened, etc... Better to be safe, then to have your claim denied because you don't remember the where or when.