§ 28-33-46. Anniversary review.
Any employee receiving weekly benefits fifty-two (52) weeks after a compensable injury shall undergo an anniversary review by the court at which, unless waived by the employer, the court shall make findings as to whether maximum medical improvement has been reached, as to the degree of functional impairment and/or disability of the employee, and as to whether the employee should be classified as partially disabled or totally disabled. Temporary total disability shall not last beyond the anniversary review. Unless waived by the employer, an anniversary review shall be conducted annually thereafter. The court shall perform this anniversary review of cases where injury occurs after May 18, 1992.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 31, § 10.)