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How Many Weeks of Iowa Workers Comp Benefits Am I Entitled To?

After an on-the-job injury, you should receive workers comp benefits that meet your needs when you can’t work. That way, you’re able to focus on recovering from your injuries, not dealing with long legal disputes.

However, you also know that those benefits won’t last forever, so how many weeks of Iowa workers comp benefits are you entitled to? The answer typically depends on your case and on the injuries you’ve suffered.

If you’re not sure how much time you have left, reach out to a lawyer from Pothitakis Law Firm, PC. They can guide you through your claim and make sure you get benefits for the full time you need.

When Your Recovery Is Evaluated

When you’ve suffered a major injury, it can take time to recover. Often, it’s difficult to judge how long that recovery will take. Luckily, your workers comp benefits should continue until you’re better.

Often, the workers comp insurer will review your injuries and provide benefits based on whether you’re able to return to work. You’ll receive the wage replacement benefits your family needs as you get regular check-ups from your doctor.

Once you reach maximum medical improvement, your claim might be reevaluated. During that evaluation, if you’ve recovered as much as possible, your benefits might end at this point.

Scheduled Injuries

Certain injuries are classified as scheduled injuries, which can affect the amount of time you’ll receive compensation. These scheduled injuries are those that occur in specific parts of the body, such as a hand or leg. In contrast, a spinal injury is a body-as-a-whole injury because it affects your whole person.

These injury benefits are more clear-cut than other benefits. You’ll receive a percentage of the maximum amount of weeks possible for your recovery. For example, if you lost the use of your leg, you should receive 220 weeks of compensation. However, if you only lost 50 percent of the use of your leg, you’ll receive 110 weeks of compensation.

Contact a Lawyer to Secure Your Benefits

When you’re injured, you want to know that you’re getting benefits as long as you need them. You shouldn’t have to go back to work and lose your benefits before you’ve recovered completely. Fortunately, you don’t have to give up your benefits if you don’t think you’re completely healed.

If you believe that your benefits are ending too soon, or if you’re concerned about how many weeks of Iowa workers comp benefits you’re entitled to, contact a lawyer. Our attorneys at Pothitakis Law Firm, PC will work diligently to ensure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to for as long as you need them.

When you’re ready to begin, reach out for a free consultation. We’ll discuss your claim and what we can do. To begin, give us a call at 319-754-6400 or complete the following online form.

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