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EARLY RETIREMENT in NHS -loss of wages etc


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I am having to retire soon due to a back injury at work. I am a hca community nurse. I am 55yrs and was hoping to work until 66 which would be my government retirement age.

 

I have permanent damage to my spine, and no consultant will operate. I have lost my driving licence too as l have foot drop. I will hopefully receive a ill health retirement pension. However, l am going to have a serious loss of wages here as my pension will not meet what l used to earn. Can l claim compensation ?

 

I dare not enlist a solicitor as that would cost thousands and sadly not in the union as they were no help at all once upon a time.

 

Having not been in this situation before, l would appreciate help.My condition was brought on from years and years of kneeling on the floor and sitting under tables to get to patients legs etc!

 

Many thanks.

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