Re: MMI Impairment Date
What is your Impairment Rating?
When you reach MMI your income replacement benefits (TIBs) come to an end and you will be paid according to your Impairment Rating.
Sounds like they've already paid out your Impairment Income Benefits (IIBs) based on that rating.
Impairment Income Benefits (IIBs)
You may get Impairment Income Benefits (IIBs) if you have a work-related injury or illness that affects your body as a whole.
The amount of IIBs you may be able to get are based on an impairment rating given by a health care provider.
If you are eligible, you get three weeks of IIBs for each percentage of impairment.
Now's the time to lawyer up if you want to challenge your Impairment Rating - If you've only received 15 weeks, that mean you had only a 5% rating which may not be worth pursuing, what type of injury?
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