Workers’ Compensation–Bill of Rights (Jul. 2016)
- Changes to medical benefits for injuries caused by on-the-job accidents:
- If accident occurred on or after July 1, 2013, medical treatment limited to maximum of 400 weeks from accident date.
- If injury is catastrophic, employee may be entitled to lifetime medical benefits.
- For catastrophic and non-catastrophic job-related injuries, employee’s weekly benefit is increased to a maximum of $575 per week as long as employee is unable to work.
- If employee is able to work with restrictions, the weekly income benefit is increased to a maximum of $383 per week.
- When employee returns to work, but can only get a lower paying job as a result of the injury, the weekly income benefit is increased to $383 per week.
- If employee dies as a result of an on-the-job accident, employee’s dependent(s) will receive an increase in benefits from $550 a week to a maximum of $575 per week. A widowed spouse with no children will receive an increase in the maximum benefit from $200,000 to $230,000.
- New Revision Date of July 2016
Workers’ Compensation Bill of Rights – Jul 2015
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