Last day of work Schultzs last day working was Nov. 3, when she was hospitalized at St. John River District. She was diagnosed with cognitive impairment from hypoxia (lack of oxygen) due to chemical inhalation, and lung and nasal inflammation, according to Schultz and the lawsuit. She also has been diagnosed with depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder due to stress and harassment at work, according to Schultz and her workers compensation hearing application. Continued… See Full Story Schultz was paid workers compensation from Nov. 4 to Dec. 1, during which her medical expenses were paid. But the company after that denied workers compensation, which would have paid her medical expenses, because they didnt think her problems were caused by the gas leak, said Schultzs workers-compensation attorney, David Zimmerman, although the company states in its answer that it did not have the authority to deny Schultz the benefits. On Dec.
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