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    injury in 2016, knee surgery in 2017 and 2022, the question is: should the 2012 or 2018 guidelines be used? For scheduled loss. If after being classified with a claim that was never resolved, what happens after the new surgery
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    injury in 2016, knee surgery in 2017 and 2022, the question is: should the 2012 or 2018 guidelines be used? For scheduled loss. If after being classified with a claim that was never resolved, what happens after the new surgery
    I don't know what you mean by "being classified with a claim that was never resolved"
    You will get the final rating when you reach MMI - they will use the guides current at the time you're rated.

    Tony
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    Sorry, I didn't explain myself well. I was declared PPD 3 years ago, last year I had a knee replacement, it is an established injury. I have the medical part open and I receive payments every 2 weeks. I wanted to understand if I will be re-evaluated MMI and if my % of disability will change or stay the same.

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    Sorry, I didn't explain myself well. I was declared PPD 3 years ago, last year I had a knee replacement, it is an established injury. I have the medical part open and I receive payments every 2 weeks. I wanted to understand if I will be re-evaluated MMI and if my % of disability will change or stay the same.
    Depends on how well you recover, when you reach MMI you will receive your final rating.

    Tony.
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    Thanks for answering, does a knee prosthesis qualify only if there is some deterioration? I want to be better than before the surgery, that's the most important thing. but the recovery has been very painful. Take care, thanks for the clarification

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