Cost of PPD Increases (2021)


By Jason Weinstock on February 19, 2021
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While the cost of a Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) exam usually falls on the workers’ compensation insurer. There are circumstances when the burden falls on the injured worker. Unfortunately, this burden just got a bit heavier for the injured workers to carry in these rare situations.

Effective February 1, 2021, the cost of a PPD evaluation for 2 body parts rose from $865.02 to $901.35.

Two of the most common reasons an injured worker may have to pay for a rating out-of-pocket include situations in which the insurer is attempting to close the claim without a rating (although, there may still be a way to keep the burden on the Insurer in this case), and when the injured worker disagrees with the resulting percentage from a prior rating evaluation.

If you believe your claim has been unfairly closed without a rating, or that you had an inaccurate rating evaluation, consult an experienced attorney in order to weight the pros and cons of paying the hefty out-of-pocket expense necessary to get a rating yourself. I will review your PPD report and offer free of charge.

Give me a call or send an email for a free consultation if you have questions or concerns about your Nevada workers’ compensation claim.

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