Yes, as long as your case is closed with permanent impairment. The next question is whether the closure is on a scheduled or unscheduled basis. PLease give me a call if you would like to discuss. Thanks.
Probably, but the size of any closure settlement will be the benefit of legal representation.
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Yes. Your WC benefits have NOTHING to do with ongoing employment.
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The answer is yes. However, it's a complex question because depending on your injury, you have either a scheduled or unscheduled disability. If it's unscheduled, it's based on your loss of earning capacity. Let me know if you have any other questions, or if you'd like a more in-depth answer. Be well.