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P&S with restrictions but no disability rating. What?
#41
You can't receive SDI and TD for the same period.
IF the doctor is in the MPN there's no problem in having them treat; otherwise it's at the employer/carrier discretion.
Your residence or location is generally not a factor in sending or receiving TD payments.
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#42
Thanks for your quick response. I don't have an MPN so I don't think that's an issue. I don't believe I will receive the TD because I resigned. Do you know if residence or location an issue with SDI?
 
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#43
No I,m not familiar wth SDI case law on residence requirements. SDI may still file a lien on any payments made that could qualify as TD.
It depends on whether your TD is total or partial.
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#44
Oh, I see! Even if I don't receive TD. I'm really in a pickle then because my first doctor said zero percent apportionment and my QME said 100% apportionment. What should I do next?
 
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#45
Do I really lose out on my TTD because I gave my two weeks notice three days before I was P&S'd? Even though I had good reason?
 
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#46
The exact apportionment wording Is critical; QME is controlling.
There shouldn't be any difference between the TD and SDI payments
it's a Maybe on the TD issue.....
.......If the doctor approves modified work and if the court is persuaded that the employer would provide it,TD could be denied. 
I,m surprised your atty didn,t advise you before you gave your notice.
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#47
Hi. Doctor did not approve modified work at all. Made me total TD until re-eval. I don't really have an Atty per se. Was speaking with one about my case but my back hurt so bad because of the modified I didn't care anymore and felt like I had to give my notice. QME was very clear with wording on apportionment. Said 100% caused by my employment. Not sure what to do now. If TD not affected by location I think I'll just give my workers comp agency the doctors info and out of country address and see what happens there. Are there laws that say the practitioners have to be licensed in the US? The chiropractor is but not sure if PT or acupuncturist will be. They may be Australian.
 
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#48
You need an atty; a message board can only supply basic information not representation.
The details of your case are critical to making the correct decisions; especially a complex one like yours.

Cases can take a long time to resolve; you need someone who knows the whole case and not just the latest issue especially if it's time to file with the court.

If you are feeling well enough now, talk to a few comp specialists.
Caaa.org
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#49
Ok, thank you for all of your help and insight.
Have a great day!
 
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#50
(09-21-2016, 06:49 PM)1 Hurt nurse Wrote: Ok, thank you for all of your help and insight.
Have a great day!

you're welcome I hope you find the help you need.
any physician you choose has to comply with all the reporting requirements, fee schedule, MTUS and Utilization review guidelines.
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