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Category Archives: Permanent Disability

What Are Louisiana Indemnity Benefits?

What Are Louisiana Indemnity Benefits?

By Lunsford Baskin & Priebe PLLC |

Being injured or becoming ill on the job can be scary for many workers who entirely rely on their income to survive. If you have to miss days and weeks, or even months of work while recovering, you might wonder how you will pay for your expenses. Luckily, there is something called indemnity benefits,… Read More »

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permanent disability

What Happens If My Injury at Work Causes a Permanent Disability?

By Lunsford Baskin & Priebe PLLC |

Work injuries are often incredibly serious. Although many employees make a full recovery after experiencing a workplace accident, some employees will suffer from permanent damages. When that occurs, victims of workplace injuries may have many questions regarding their workers’ compensation. If you or a loved one have experienced a permanent disability from a workplace… Read More »

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maximize claim

Can I Maximize my Workers’ Compensation Settlement?

By Lunsford Baskin & Priebe PLLC |

When you or someone you love is injured at work, it can be hard to know what to do next. How can you pay for your medical bills? What do you do if you can’t go to work anymore because of your injury? Injured workers have a valuable tool available to get the compensation… Read More »

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impairment rating

Whole Body Impairment Rating Chart in Mississippi Work Comp Cases

By Lunsford Baskin & Priebe PLLC |

Impairment Ratings in Mississippi Workers’ Compensation After you have been injured on the job and started receiving workers’ compensation, there will come a point where you will receive an impairment rating. This will not happen until you have completed any surgeries you may have needed, because it is supposed to gauge how impaired you… Read More »

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