Permanent Partial Disability Ratings for Workers' Compensation Back Injuries


Your doctor should provide you with a permanent partial disability rating if you suffer a workers’ compensation injury that causes you a permanent impairment. This is often the case when your work injury causes a herniated or bulging disc. Also, if you need back surgery, you will almost always have a permanent partial disability rating. Georgia workers’ compensation attorney Jason Perkins discusses the different ways that a doctor might determine your back injury permanent partial disability rating in this episode of the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Video Series.

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  1. Marcus Mosley says:

    have a couple of ?'s

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