Q: I won my case after 4 1/2 years I was awarded back money and expect the remainder by check twice a month.
how can i get a breakdown from adjustor WC on the remains of my award? My attorney is not responding to my questions, I cannot contact the WC advisor as I have an attorney? can you help?
A: Sorry, from just this, nobody can know.
Did a WCAB judge make a Finding and Order that you were Temporarily Totally Disabled with a start and stop date?? If not, no Temporary Disability payments are due.
Did a WCAB Judge make a Finding and Order that you have a certain percentage of Partial Permanent Disability? If so, what date did the PPD begin?
Are you due PPD payments at $290/week (if you earned $435/week or more at the date of injury, you get $290/week, but some make less)? If so, use the date the judge wrote you were at Maximum Medical Improvement and count the weeks from that date to the present and multiply @$290/week.
It's very VERY sad you will be paying your attorney thou$and$ and Thou$and$ of YOUR money and you cannot get a simple math question answered. It's against State Bar rules to abandon a client, you should make a note of that IN WRITING (get off the phone, that is a waste, put your question and being abandoned IN WRITING and fax your lawyer).
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