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scheduling order?
#1
I have a comp case in New York state, I have been determined by my doctor and 2 insurance co. doctors (IME) to be at MMI. we have been waiting for a hearing date, I was informed yesterday that there was a "scheduling order"....can anyone tell me what that is? I have an appointment with my attorney on monday but it is driving me nuts, not knowing..thank you in advance for any information
 
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#2
you can find out more as to the use of various scheduling orders here
http://www.wcb.ny.gov/content/main/hcpp/...rocess.jsp
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#3
ok thank you very much that was a big help..I Think I understand now
 
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#4
(03-30-2012, 03:17 PM)hogg76 Wrote: ok thank you very much that was a big help..I Think I understand now

you're welcome; glad it helped.
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#5
Okay my Wc case has been sent for a decision how long does this process takes and am in ny what is the dollar a mouth for a 40% loss of use to my right arm[/align]
 
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#6
as I posted to you before, you should start your own thread and not hijack another--it confuses the many readers who are searching for specific answers.
there is no set time for every case.
scheduled loss of use table is here
http://www.wcb.ny.gov/content/main/hcpp/...tGuide.pdf
see chapter 8

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#7
do they have a guideline set up like that for Massachusetts as well?
 
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#8
each state has their own work comp laws.
every state has a website that give links to information about those laws
Massachusetts does not use scheduled loss of use but does make payments for amputation of specific body parts
more here http://www.mass.gov/lwd/workers-compensa...d-workers/
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