If you get injured at work, it’s vital to report the harm as quickly as possible. Not only is it the law in most states, but failing to report the damage can also harm your work injury claim.
After a construction accident, you relied on your workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical bills and lost wages. When your doctor says that your condition has reached maximum medical improvement (MMI), you’re not sure what this means for your benefits or the future of your health care. How do you know when you’ve reached MMI, and what should you do next?