Permanent Partial Impairment Rating (PPI)
A Permanent Partial Impairment Rating is a medical assessment of a claimant’s injury represented by a percentage value. This rating is often used to calculate the workers’ compensation benefits owed to the claimant for permanent partial disability benefits.
A physician may assign an impairment rating to the body as a whole or to a specific body part depending on the state’s regulations.
Dr. David Fletcher has years of experience examining patients and determining permanent partial impairment ratings for both claimants and respondents and is highly qualified to present his findings in a deposition or in court via live testimony.
Any severe, life-threatening injury or illness should immediately report to the nearest hospital emergency room.
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