John was knocked down while on the job as a principal at a private school. He was taken to the emergency room with a severe concussion. His insurance picked up the tab but stopped covering his care when they found out it happened on the job. John and his wife now have to deal with worker’s comp to try and find treatment. They’ve had to beg and plead their way into appointments only to find out doctors still haven’t been paid years after their care. They wonder if John’s symptoms would have gotten better if there wasn’t such a lapse in the time it took to get appointments and testing done. They feel they’d be better off if they didn’t have Workers Comp or insurance to deal with, even if they had to pay out of pocket, at least they’d be able to do something for his care.