Your primary doctor or specialist will provide you
with a permanent disability rating if you fail to fully recover from
your injury.The rating will be issued after you've reached "maximum
medical improvement" (MMI).
Your disability rating can be found
in Minn. Rules Part 5223, but you'll need medical training in order to
If you've been compensated by a prior disability
rating, the old rating will be deducted from your current rating.
If you have more than one permanent injury, your injury ratings will be
added together using the formula:
The material presented at this site is general
information only. It does not constitute legal advice, nor does
it form, or is it intended to form, an attorney-client relationship. The
information presented herein does not constitute medical advice
and should not be substituted for competent advice from a
professional health provider. The information contained herein is based
on the applicable laws of Minnesota and may be different than
the laws of another state. Any information that you provide on
this site is voluntary. No personally identifiable information is
rented, traded, sold, or distributed to sources beyond our
firm. We cannot guarantee confidentiality as this is not a secure web
site. We reserve the right to change the statements and
policies herein at any time without prior notice.