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IME dr. says I'm at MMI
#11
Cycler Wrote:Find a job within your restriction s that does not bother your hands ? Many ( all ?) states will continue wage loss in one form or another while you search.

From what I can find on my state's BWC site if I cannot find employment within my restrictions then I should qualify for non-working wage loss. Wage compensation is for when I am employed making less than what I was before I was injured. Isn't there someone that is supposed to let me know this stuff....I'm kinda out here on my own searching the worldwide web....
Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.
 
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#12
If in Ohio then yes, you get non-working wage loss for 200 weeks and must prove that you make something like 15 bona-fide job contacts per week , every week looking for work in order to receive it. The BWC will tell you if you ask them but they are not pro-active
 
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#13
Cycler Wrote:If in Ohio then yes, you get non-working wage loss for 200 weeks and must prove that you make something like 15 bona-fide job contacts per week , every week looking for work in order to receive it. The BWC will tell you if you ask them but they are not pro-active

Forgive me...but I'm not sure where you are getting your info from but 15 bona-fide job contacts per week? I'm looking at a BWC form C-141 and it requires 4 bona-fide job contacts per week. If I were on unemployment, it would be 2 bona-fide job contacts per week.
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#14
4 ? hmm.... so you can be done by noon on Mondays ?

maybe it was per month. Been awhile
 
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