You are entitled to medical care benefits for as long as it is reasonable and necessary. You are entitled to Wageloss benefits after the required waiting period of three days, meaning you will be paid beginning on the 4th day. You may also receive benefits for permanent damage, such as the loss of a body part. You may be entitled to a disfigurement benefit for certain injuries. Death benefits will be paid to your dependants in the even of your death. In some instances you may be entitled to vocational rehabilitation.
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