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#31
Thanks 1117. It got me thinking too.
 
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#32
you're welcome.
I understand you are just thinking out loud and there is no real answer; so just a few things to consider as you think things thru.
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#33
Hello Guys. I just have a quick question. My WC is still denied and my SDI is about to end in Thee months. I still dont have a court date. Will I be able to get help fromm EDD when my SDI ends? California. Thanks
 
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#34
Whether you qualify for other EDD programs is unknown. SDI is capped at 52 weeks.
alternative resources here
http://edd.ca.gov/About_EDD/Additional_Resources.htm
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#35
(12-02-2017, 12:59 PM)1171 Wrote: Whether you qualify for other EDD programs is unknown. SDI is capped at 52 weeks.
alternative resources here
http://edd.ca.gov/About_EDD/Additional_Resources.htm

Got it. Thank you so much 1117
 
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#36
Be well.......
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#37
Hi everyone. I just need help understanding what my doctor means about my work status. “Has reach maximal medical improvement and is permanent to stationary. Precluded from heavy lifting and repetive bending and stooping” Im still in alot of pain. Im off work for almost 8 months now.
 
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#38
Sounds like you have an older physcian; work preclusions are no longer used to determine permanent disability.
The doctor is telling the carrier to stop your temporary disability and it,s time to fix the extent of your permanent impairment. In the doctor's opinion there is nothing more that can be done for you.
If you disagree with the opinion you can ask for a Qualified Medical Examination.
Review information on PD and the QME process here
http://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/iwguides.html
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information.........
 
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#39
(02-08-2018, 12:39 PM)1171 Wrote: Sounds like you have an older physcian; work preclusions are no longer used to determine permanent disability.
The doctor is telling the carrier to stop your temporary disability and it,s time to fix the extent of your permanent impairment. In the doctor's opinion there is nothing more that can be done for you.
If you disagree with the opinion you can ask for a Qualified Medical Examination.
Review information on PD and the QME process here
http://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/iwguides.html

I appreciate your quick response 1171. That make more sense now. But as far as mmi and returning back to work with no restriction at all?? What are your thoughts?
 
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#40
You have restrictions; similar to what the doctor reported. It's just that California now uses the AMA rating guide to establish the extent of permanent impairment.
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