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How to Maximize Medical Improvement in a Workplace Accident Claim

After a construction accident, you relied on your workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical bills and lost wages. When your doctor says that your condition has reached maximum medical improvement (MMI), you’re not sure what this means for your benefits or the future of your health care. How do you know when you’ve reached MMI, and what should you do next?   Once your construction injury has healed, it will be impossible for you to know how much compensation you are entitled toIn both your recovery and your construction injury claim, achieving maximum medical improvement is essential. There is no need for further treatment because your doctor believes that it will not improve your condition. Workers’ compensation benefits will no longer be paid to you as a result of this change.   You will receive a rating from your doctor based on the extent of your permanent disability after you have reached MMI. Doing so may be possible if your disability rating is high enough   ●      Return to work, but with limitations imposed. Allowing employees to carry a certain amount of weight unaided may be an option for some employers. ●      Go back to work with no restrictions whatsoever. If your doctor concludes that […] read more
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How to Maximize Medical Improvement in a Workplace Accident Claim

After a construction accident, you relied on your workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical bills and lost wages. When your doctor says that your condition has reached maximum medical improvement (MMI), you’re not sure what this means for your benefits or the future of your health care. How do you know when you’ve reached MMI, and what should you do next?   Once your construction injury has healed, it will be impossible for you to know how much compensation you are entitled toIn both your recovery and your construction injury claim, achieving maximum medical improvement is essential. There is no need for further treatment because your doctor believes that it will not improve your condition. Workers’ compensation benefits will no longer be paid to you as a result of this change.   You will receive a rating from your doctor based on the extent of your permanent disability after you have reached MMI. Doing so may be possible if your disability rating is high enough   ●      Return to work, but with limitations imposed. Allowing employees to carry a certain amount of weight unaided may be an option for some employers. ●      Go back to work with no restrictions whatsoever. If your doctor concludes that […] read more
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