Question: Should I lump sum settle my case?
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The phrase "lump sum settlement" is a term of art. It basically means that you are taking a certain sum of money and giving up all rights under workers' compensation including but not limited to present and future medical care and your right to review and modify your benefits in the future if your condition should naturally worsen. Whether it would be in your best interest to settle on a lump sum basis depends entirely upon the circumstances of your accident and injuries.
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