Need more facts about the "injury". Was it an injury to the hand, spine, face? These are all answers that affect the potential evaluation. Additionally, it is virtually impossible to evaluate a claim without conducting a thorough investigation and reviewing all of your medical records. You should consult an attorney to perform this investiation and advise you.
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You should hire a lawyer to explain all this and let them negotiate this for you. The insurance company will take advantage of you if you try to negotiate your own settlement. It is well worth it.
Washington Attorney here to answer. As the other attorneys indicated it depends upon the body part in question. Luckily there is an easy answer. The following link will show you the information you need. Just find the appropriate year and are of injury.
Finally, if there is going to be a dispute over Cat 2 or Cat 3, it may be worth hiring an attorney to fight for the higher rating!
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