"Just What Does He Mean When He Says 'PPD?"

Posted by James Aspell | Oct 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Connecticut Worker's Compensation has its own unique language. Those of us who practice Connecticut Worker's Comp Injury Law know the ins and out just like a ative speaker of a foreign language. But what about you? What is a Form 36? What is MMI? Or PPD? Or, the ever mysterious RME? Well, fortunately, the Connecticut Worker's Compenssation Commission publishes a handy, free, dictionary of Connecticut worker's comp terms. It can be found here: http://wcc.state.ct.us/glossary/glossary.htm So, the next time you need to know, and it's 2AM and our office is closed, take a look. And then, as always, if you have any questions about your Connecticut Worker's Comp Claim, give us a call at 860-523-8783. We'll be happy to help!

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James Aspell

Principal since August 1, 2006 James F. Aspell is the principal and managing attorney of the firm which he started in 2006 following 20 years of litigation practice in a mid -size firm in Hartford, Connecticut. Jim focuses his practice in the areas of worker's compensation and personal injury l...


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