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What is a CA-7 schedule award?
When an injured worker has permanent loss of use of certain body parts or organs, s/he may request a schedule award by submitting a CA-7 Claim for Schedule Award and an impairment rating completed by her/his treating physician.
How is workers comp settlement calculated in Nevada?
For each percent of impairment, you will receive 0.6% of your average monthly wage at the time of your injury. For example, suppose you have 10% impairment, and your average monthly wage is $2,400. Your permanent partial disability award would be calculated as follows: (. 006) x $2,400 x 10 = $144 per month.
How long do you have to file a workers comp claim in Nevada?
Under Nevada law, you must report your injury within seven days. To make a claim, you will need to have a doctor sign off on your initial treatment. This will require a specific form. You must complete this form and have it signed and turned in within 90 days of your injury to make a workers' comp claim.
What is a c107?
C-107. Employer's Request for Reimbursement (NY State Insurance Fund) This is a New York State Insurance Fund form. If you are an employer insured by the NY State Insurance Fund, contact your local State Insurance Fund office for this form, or call toll-free (888) 875-5790.
What is a C 2F?
C-2F Employer's Report of Work-Related Injury/Illness. CLAIMANT INFORMATION PACKET.
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