partial disability


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partial disability

Health insurance A condition in which, as a result of injury or sickness, the insured can perform some, but not all of the duties of his occupation.
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"They may be able to do it in five years, but if not, partial disability could be a trap."
The employees' compensation adjustment should start from 2000, or the year he was granted partial disability, to the present.
Residual or partial disability. Residual or partial disability benefits are critical since they can have a significant impact on earnings.
"Improved disability management also explains the drop in cases paying permanent partial disability benefits that proponents of this argument cite as a basis for their cost-shifting premise."
Many lives were lost and some exposed to total or partial disability due to the use of phones while driving," it added.
If the injury leads to partial disability of 50 to 99 percent, the worker gets a percentage of his compensation and can benefit from other people's help if the medical committee decides.
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In an empirically grounded and calibrated life-cycle model, I simulate behavioral responses to a partial disability benefit system, a policy alternative to the current program, which allows individuals to claim partial disability and combine earnings with disability benefits.
Many wounded suffered from injuries such as partial disability, amputation of some limbs, bone marrow failure and congenital deformities.
Cueto issued his summary judgment opinion August 13, writing that "The Legislature has repealed numerous classes of benefits since 1968, including permanent partial disability without replacing any of them with equivalent benefits....
Definition of Partial Disability --We will consider you partially disabled if, due to injury or sickness, you are able to do one or more, but not all of the main duties of your occupation or you can perform all of the main duties of your occupation for only 50 percent or less of the time normally required.
The reforms in 2007 increased maximum statutory benefits, limited the number of weeks of permanent partial disability (PPD) payments, created medical treatment guidelines, adopted a fee schedule for pharmaceuticals, established networks for diagnostic services and thresholds for preauthorization, and enacted administrative changes to increase speed of case resolution.