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Mmi date
#1
How is the actual date determine? How does that effect ttd benefits if it took 3/4 months to send the report? Is ic only responsible to pay ttd from doi to mmi date?
 
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#2
Doctors opinion.ttd stops on that date.
No. Only for dates worker is off work on approved disability prior to mmi (exclusive of waiting period).
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#3
P.s. those are general rules subject to specific state law.
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#4
Sorry, it’s california....I know it seems simple but I’m trying to learn the process.

Thanks
 
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#5
Sorry I didn’t see your first reply.

Oh wow, I wonder how they can determine that during a 15-20 session asking some question and doing a few stretching exercise.
 
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#6
practice.
They’ve done it to others many times before.
It can be challenged; opinion has to be supported by findings,, history, and rational judgement.
Links to info about benefits, medical and finalization process:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/IandA.html
More info on doctors role in California comp
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/medicalunit/toc.pdf
For info on overall California comp system:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/InjuredWorkerGuid...debook.htm

Probably more then you wanted to know but you did ask.
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#7
Better guide book link:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/InjuredWorkerGuid...debook.pdf
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(07-21-2018, 11:15 AM)1171 Wrote: Better guide book link:
https://www.dir.ca.gov/InjuredWorkerGuid...debook.pdf

Thanks 1171,

Any extra info is good. This is like a whole new world. I just wonder how many others out there that just do everything the employer says because you would think they would help you.
 
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#9
There are a great many workers who forget that the business interests come first when employers make decisions.
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