The Heart Bill claims provides for various types of monetary compensation if you have a claim. You will be entitled to temporary disability benefits while you're out of work because of either your hypertension or your heart disease condition. You'll also be entitled to something called impairment benefits at the point you reach maximum medical improvement, which is a medical legal term meaning you have plateaued. Your case has plateaued and there's no anticipation of further recovery. So there is a substantial payment made at the point of maximum medical improvement. This is the impairment benefit. Then, finally, there is an allocation for permanent total disability for people who are unable to work in any capacity because of a cardiac condition. These are the biggest types of cases. The annual compensation for permanent total disability can be $40,000, $45,000 and beyond.

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