I work at walmart. I am currently 22 weeks pregnant and I was rammed in between a shelf and a cart really hard I am worried it hurt me or the baby but if I go my insurance won't cover it because it is considered a work injury
Tell your boss that you were just rammed between a shelf and a cart really hard and u need to be checked out to make sure baby is ok! If you were hurt at work it is the companies responsibility to cover your medical care. Hope everythings ok hun!
I just actually quit my job at Walmart. It was to stressful and management don't care about anyone. You need to tell someone there it's their responsibility to have you checked if try don't and something ends up being wrong you can sue them.
Ha, I agree with Jessiebaby12. I work at Wal-Fart too and everything you said Is all true... But Kimisup, I'd defiantly get checked to make sure your baby, as well as you, are okay. Let the Manager know as It Is a work accident.
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