Court records said the Russian man beat up the Iranian and caused him a 5 per cent permanent disability
without intending to do so.
The victim suffers breathing and chewing problems in his jaw and injuries in his legs with 20pc total permanent disability
in those parts of the body," states a medical examiner's report.
But she notes that an analysis by the Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California concludes that while claim frequency utilization costs will decrease by $400 million on an annual basis, permanent disability
benefit costs will increase by $700 million--adding $300 million annually in new costs to the system beginning in 2014.
The injured is entitled to join his pension and wage without limitation as long as the injury does not reach to the total permanent disability
To be eligible for the card, the applicant must be a NSW resident with a significant and permanent disability
and be un able to participate in most community activities without assistance from a carer.
Though the rate of catastrophic cord injuries remains quite moderate, it can produce a paralysis and/or a permanent disability
that can devastate a football team.
were all wounded by the same enemy explosion and each suffered a debilitating and permanent disability
rated 60% or higher, why shouldn't they all be entitled to CRDC or CRSC?
Typically an agreement lets a seller accelerate the retirement date through triggers such as working fewer hours than a certain quota, giving notice, permanent disability
or death, which triggers buyout payments to heirs.
He could not continue his judicial responsibilities, due to permanent disability
In the new year, the workers' compensation system will see the introduction of carrier managed medical provider networks and a revised system for evaluating permanent disability
This new permanent disability
rating system will reduce costs within the workers' compensation system,'' the California Chamber of Commerce president, Allan Zaremberg, said in a press release.
Revises the standard for determining permanent disability
from "ability to compete in the open labor market" to "diminished future earning capacity," with the final determination based on the American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 5th Edition.