Instructions for Scheduled Injury Computation
- Enter date of accident (e.g., 010103); required.
- Enter Docket Number (6 or 7 digits) or one zero; required. Entering the Docket Number provides a way to identify to which claim file a calculation belongs if the calculation is printed out.
- (a) Enter claimant's average weekly wage or a wage high enough for the maximum benefit applicable if no wage is available. This should also include any changes in average weekly wage.
- (c) Enter the number of temporary total disability weeks that have been paid or awarded. If there are no temporary total disability weeks, enter zero. Note: Temporary partial must be converted to temporary total disability.
- (d) Enter the percentage of disability as a whole number with no decimal unless the amount includes a half percentage.
- (e) Click the drop-down arrow, select the body part or type "a" for arm "h" for hand, etc.
- (f) If there has been a healing period award, enter the number of weeks.
- Select [Calculate].
- Select [Print] if a hard copy is desired.
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