Is there a way to find out if a workers comp claim shows up in work history somehow?

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Only since January 2010 , who was injured at work and got a lawyer and filed a claim with Workers Compensation and later settled for an amount woefully low, then I got a domestic violence charge in my background and now report I am suing an insurance company because one of its covered vehicles hit on my bike and make existing injuries worse. I have a limitation of lifting very light, but also advice that should not even be using my left arm due to a tear in the shoulder , but I have zero income and bills to pay . So I've been applying for things they "think" I could do at least for now and get nothing but rejections . Is there any way to know if it's because of workers' comp agreement or credit my account or freedom . violence charge or a combination of the three that I am being rejected again and again . I have not necessarily had experience in things, but I am a quick learner and so on , always on time , but no one is giving me a chance. I also happen to know, no one has called at least one of my references I use.
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