WC does not cover pain and suffering.
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You cannot get paid for pain and suffering, but you are entitled to an impairment rating for any deficits you may have at the time of maximum medical improvement. Any impairment rating greater than zero will result in a monetary benefit to you.Ask a similar question
If hernia caused by work injury, then you would not be able to make claim for pain and suffering. As an employee, you can only seek workers comp benefits which do not include pain and suffering.
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