The 3rd party was sued for an accident during physical therapy. They called it "falling off the table" in the QME report but my husband fainted after therapist kept pushing his shoulder back too far. There is no future medical payment included in that settlement and he was off work for his shoulder injury. He broke his ankle when he fainted (we're still trying to figure that one out). that was put in an annuity over 20 years. Shouldn't have anything to do with comp case (to my knowledge).
So you're saying he doesn't have to be 100% disabled to collect SDI? We were told if he is able to work at all we would be denied. That SDI was for people who couldn't work at all.