Avoiding The Ninety Day Rule: Filing Proper Disputes & Challenging Validity of Impairment Ratings

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In a Texas workers' compensation claim, injured workers receive an impairment rating to determine the permanent damages to their person for injuries sustained on the job. When an impairment rating is first assigned, claimants and carriers each have ninety days to dispute the rating or it becomes final. This is an article detailing the ways to attack the validity of an impairment rating and the proper methods of disputing the rating so that it does not become final and binding.

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