What is MMI or impairment rating ?

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I was shot in my leg last year and my case has finnaly closed and my doctor has to fill out a form with a percentage called impairment rating or MMI. I m curious what is it for ?

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    Hello:

    Basicly when they need a Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) they are looking  to find how limited are you to work due to the injury or illness. Depending on such rate/percentage the pertinent authorities deciding your case will determinate if you are eligible, and in what ammount, for Impairment Income Benefits (IIBs).

    I hope this helps.

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      Any time;

      You will be getting a total of three payments per each impairment percentage rating you get.

      So if you get an eighteen percent rating that would be 18 * 3 = 54 weeks of pay.

      To answer your question: Is up to you to decide the type and method of payment you want (Lump sum or a monthly payment).

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