Standard Injury Calculator

The Standard Injury or Temporary Total Disability Benefit Calculator can help you determine:

a. The remaining number of weeks for which you might be entitled to receive TTD benefits, as long as you remain on no-work status. Under Georgia state workers' compensation law, a claimant is entitled to a maximum of 400 weeks of TTD benefits.b. The estimated number of weeks that remain during which you would be entitled to receive benefits if your claim was to be designated as catastrophic.

b. The total amount that your claim might be worth starting today. This amount is calculated by multiplying the remaining number of weeks for which you might be entitled to receive benefits and the amount that you receive weekly in TTD benefits. This is also considered the future value of your claim.d. The present value of your claim, which is based on this total, or future, value of your claim, and your employer's insurance company's interest rate. The present value of a claim is most often used is settlement deliberations.

c. The present value of your claim, which is based on this total, or future, value of your claim, and the insurer's interest rate. The present value of a claim is most often used in settlement deliberations.

Enter the date of your work-related injury, you weerkly TTD amount, and the insurer's interest rate. This interest rate varies by insurance company and economic situation. The current average is 5%.

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