Explaining How The Value of Your Workers’ Comp Claim is Determined

There are many factors that determine your workers’ comp claim’s value. One is the length or duration of treatment. Another factor is the type of treatment you have received. Operative treatments are more invasive and tend to increase the value of a case.

When your treatment ends, you are evaluated by permanency experts, determining residual functional loss from your specific accident. Your treatment may have improved your condition, but your physical limitations resulting from the accident are assessed.

Yet another consideration affecting the value of your case is whether your occupation has had to change as a result of your accident. Whether you are able to return to work in a light-duty or full-duty capacity comes into play when determining the value of your case.

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If you have been injured in a way that prevents you from working and you have additional questions, call us at 609-771-8611. I welcome your call. Review our media library on our website at http://www.GaylordPopp.com to learn more about workers’ compensation.

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