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What Are Light Duty Job Offers and What Should I Look For?By Jason Weinstock on January 17, 2020 Posted in Light duty,Permanent Work Restrictions
When you are injured at work, your treating physician gives you a physician’s progress report (PPR) or a work activity report. These reports inform you, your workers’ compensation adjuster, and your employer of any work restrictions you may have. The PPR will guide your light duty job offer. On the PPR there is a place … Continue reading What Are Light Duty Job Offers and What Should I Look For?
Why is the infamous PPR (Physician’s Progress Report) so important?By Jason Weinstock on October 7, 2019 Posted in Medical Care
The “PPR” serves several very important purposes. The PPR (Physician’s Progress Report) can be viewed as an injured worker’s report card from their treating physician. Insurance adjusters often get these reports directly from the treating doctor, however, injured workers can also get a copy after each appointment with their doctor. It is my recommendation that … Continue reading Why is the infamous PPR (Physician’s Progress Report) so important?