Effective February 10, 2010, the cost of a permanent partial disability evaluation on a Nevada workers’ compensation claim is $650.99 for one or two body parts. An injured worker who does not agree with the percentage of impairment found by the assigned rating doctor may obtain a second rating evaluation by paying this same fee for a second rating. However, if the injured worker does not think an exam is necessary in order for a second rating doctor to conclude that the first rating doctor made an error, he may pay the assigned second doctor $324.85 for a records review and report. Click here for the form to request the name of a second rating doctor from the rotating list maintained by the Division of Industrial Relations. Read my earlier blog post on how to contest PPD awards.
Cost of a Rating Exam in Nevada Is Increased
By Jason Weinstock on March 25, 2010 Posted in Permanent partial disability awards
Tags: Permanent partial disability awards