maximum medical improvement.The point at which an injured person’s condition stabilizes, and no further recovery or improvement is expected, even with additional medical intervention. • This term is most often used in the context of a workers’-compensation claim. An injured employee usu. receives temporary benefits until reaching maximum medical improvement, at which time a determination can be made about any permanent disability the employee has suffered and any corresponding benefits the employee should receive. — Abbr. MMI. [Cases: Workers’

Compensation 868. C.J.S. Workmen’s Compensation §§ 570–573.]

[Blacks Law 8th]