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I am at MMI – Maximum Medical Improvement…what does that mean?

I am at MMI – Maximum Medical Improvement…what does that mean? – When you’re injured on the job there are some important dates. One of them is when you got injured, the next most important date is when you’re placed at Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI).

I am at MMI – Maximum Medical Improvement…what does that mean?

What is Maximum Medical Improvement?

MMI doesn’t mean that you’re pain free, it doesn’t mean that you’re fixed, and it doesn’t even mean that you don’t need further continuing medical care. All MMI means is that the insurance company doctor can’t think of another medical treatment that is likely to cure you.

Can I fight the company doctor’s opinion?

In our experience, 70% to 80% of our clients get a second opinion and get either more medical care,  more impairment, or both.

You have the ability to challenge the company doctor’s opinion that nothing more can be done for you to get you better, but without proper guidance advice it’s impossible to get the care you deserve and need. The insurance company will prey on your lack of understanding and stop you from getting the care and the benefits you deserve.

We’re here to help

We know the doctors, we know how to read the medical system, and we know how to help you get through the system.

If you or your loved ones have been injured on the job in Colorado, we can help you. Call or text us at 970-356-98-98, all of our consultations are free and confidential.

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