Yes please, I am curious to the anwers to my questions
1- My wife injured her tailbone, and had a coccygectomy. She then got a
staph infection, and had to have I&D surgery. 2- Yes she has reached her maximum medical improvement. 3- Yes her doctor has determined that she is permanently and total disabled. 4- My wife is unable to work, she has problems standing and sitting. 5- My wife's average weekly salary was 650.00 per week gross.She now gets a state workers comp. check of 295.65 per week, and 827.00 per month from SS. 6- She is on pain medications, and it appears be on them for life.
At present my wife is 62 yrs. old.
The medications costs total about 300.00 per month
The Dr. state that surgery to remove the scar tissue around the nerves, will only be temporary cause the scar tissue will more likely return. Thank you
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