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TTD Payments
#1
Hello everyone it,s been awhile since I last posted on the site. I have a question. My lawyer did a deposition on my PQME doc after he put me at MMI. The supplemental report has come in and in the report he states. Since several conditions that are still problematic, including the cervical spine and possible carpal tunnel surgeries, now considered in due to cumulative trauma. The patient would not yet be permanent and stationary. My question is will my TTD start back up. And if so about how long does it take for the checks to start again and do they back pay the Benefit. It,s been five mouths since the last check. I,m in Calif. Thanks
 
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#2
unknown.
the deposition is just one piece of evidence. without knowing why the TTD was stopped and what other evidence the court will have, predicting resumption of benefits is problematic.
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#3
The doctor over looked the positive nerves steadys for cervical as well as the surgery requsst made by the hand specialist for carpel tunnel. There for he now say I,m not MMI
The doctor over looked the positive nerves steadys for cervical as well as the surgery requsst made by the hand specialist for carpel tunnel. There for he now say I,m not MMI. Never stopped being seen by my treating doctor
 
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#4
there is no time limit.
if there is an unreasonable delay you can file for a penalty.
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#5
(04-01-2013, 02:10 AM)1171 Wrote: there is no time limit.
if there is an unreasonable you can file for a penalty.
Thank you for your responce. Hopefully I will get the help that I'm needing now.
 
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#6
(04-01-2013, 09:55 AM)Cat daddy Wrote:
(04-01-2013, 02:10 AM)1171 Wrote: there is no time limit.
if there is an unreasonable you can file for a penalty.
Thank you for your responce. Hopefully I will get the help that I'm needing now.
Thank god finally they started my TTD back up. Question will I be receiving my TTD payment until the qme or treating doctor deems me MMI ?

 
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#7
there is also a 104 week limit
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#8
(06-09-2013, 02:31 PM)1171 Wrote: there is also a 104 week limit
Thanks 1171. You are always rite on target.

 
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