Indiana Department of Insurance Releases 2007 Workers Compensation Statistics
The Indiana Department of Labor is reporting that 62,326 claims involving one or more days of missed work were filed in 2007. Of those claims, 92 fatalities were reported.
17,724 agreements to compensation were filed with the Board. Of those agreements, 9,860 were TTD (Temporary Total Disability) agreements and 7,864 were PPI (Permanent Partial Impairment) agreements
1,665 requests were made for independent medical examinations.
5,971 applications for disputed claims were filed, with 3,203 claims closed by agreement between the injured worker and the worker’s compensation insurance carrier. Those 3203 claims were not necessarily claims filed in 2007.
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