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Minor injuries refer to non-severe injuries with any instance of medical leave or light duties.
Rest the injured part. Put Ice or cold compresses on the area several times a day to reduce swelling. Compress the area with a splint or bandage to prevent swelling. Elevate the injured part so that it's above the heart.
The Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) provides a framework for the treatment and benefits of motor vehicle accident victims who sustain \u201cminor injuries.\u201d While the insurance industry may use the MIG to help curb their payouts and overall costs, accident victims might wind up getting the short end of the stick.
A major injury is any injury that could potentially lead to death, prolonged disability or permanently diminished quality of life. The following are examples of major injuries that should receive immediate attention. Minor injuries can be painful, but they don't threaten your life, mobility or long-term survival.
Examples of Minor injuries include: Sprains & Strains. Broken Bones. Arm and leg injuries. Cuts and grazes, burns and scalds. Eye injuries. Minor head injuries. Insect and animal bites. Allergic reactions.
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Your OCF-18 should be completed by a regulated health professional. The document will have to be signed by a health practitioner or health care professionals, such as a physician, physiotherapist, chiropractor, optometrist, occupational therapist, dentist, nurse practitioner or speech-language pathologist.
Health Information (OCF-5) Use this form for accidents that occur on or after January 1, 1994. Collection, use and disclosure of this information is subject to all applicable privacy legislation.
OCF-18 Treatment and Assessment Plan The OCF-18 describes the cause and nature of injuries that are a direct result of the motor vehicle accident. It outlines assessments or examinations that a Health Care Facility or Associated Provider feels are required for ongoing management of the Claimant's recovery.

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