Unless you suffered two different injured body parts with the same injury.
For example, a sprained knee versus a broken arm. You may want to apportion your arm as 75% the knee 25% of total 100% of injury, then go from there to figure out the total amount of body percentage of both injuries so to use a number to establish your and the IC total body percentage of loss.
Last edited by Q-man; 08-21-2011 at 06:48 PM.
Knowledge is a beneficial tool for the injured worker!