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What Happens If I Become Permanently Disabled

Permanent Partial Disability Benefits, which are also known as PPD Benefits.  These benefits are paid to an injured worker based upon the permanent impairment rating that his or her Authorized Treating Physician assigns in accordance with the current American Medical Association Guidelines.  This impairment rating is then applied to a pre-determined formula to determine the number of weeks of PPD Benefits that an injured worker will receive.  Many injured workers qualify for PPD Benefits, but those who do not suffer from a permanent impairment do not. 

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Seth Bader
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