An often overlooked PI case value driver is the assignment of a permanent impairment rating by an independent doctor.
This is actually the single most important factor other than the injury itself. As part of their training, adjusters are advised, “Impairment ratings must be AMA derived, medically documented, and the patient is permanent and stationary.
In order be recognized through Colossus, the rating must be 2% or more.
Impairment Ratings add huge value to the claim IF the Impairment Rating is at least 2%, generated by an independent doctor, and the attorney includes the rating in the demand as one of the first 60 factors.
At the end of patient care, you perform a Range of Motion exam on your patient using the Range of Motion form on this website. Send the results to us, the impairment will be calculated and sent to the treating doctor.
If you are interested in making up to an extra $1000 per patient, call us now! 214-461-4853
Dr. David Collum is a chiropractor with 20+ years in practice, and who has his IIE ( Industrial Injury Evaluator ), and can perform Impairment Ratings.
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