Loss of Function Benefits

Are you eligible for loss of function benefits after your injury? Check out this video to find out what you need to know about workers’ comp in Massachusetts.

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Question:

Is loss of function covered under workers’ compensation?

Answer:

I got a call the other day and they asked a question about whether or not scarring and loss of function was covered under Massachusetts workers’ comp. In fact, it is. It’s a specific benefit. Scarring is limited to your hands, neck, or face; disfigurement is not.Loss of Function BenefitsLoss of function is basically calculated by a book with sets of amounts that they give you. Contact a workers’ compensation attorney to determine if, in fact, you’re entitled to any of those benefits.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured during work and have questions about loss of function benefits? Contact a Lowell workers compensation lawyer at The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Young today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.

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