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Thread: MMI rating

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    snoopy Guest

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    What is a fair settlement for 40% MMI rating. Knee replacement from injury at work.
    Thanks, Snoopy

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    snoopy Guest

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    anybody ???????

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    sh Guest

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    you can ask the ombudsman for a calculation. It may not be fair but its the law

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    Default Re: MMI rating

    What is your comp rate? The leg is worth 200 weeks, so multiply 200 times the rating percentage times the comp rate. That is the minimum it is worth. But they will owe future medical, which may include one or two replacements of the hardware, so you have to factor that in. And have you returned to work? If not, forget the rating. Your case may be worth a whole lot more than the rating and future medical.

    Get a good work comp lawyer to help you. It will be money well spent.

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