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    Default Do I Get Work Comp Based on the Hours I Was Working at Time of Injury

    Hi, I was injured at work on March 2012. Does workers comp base what you get paid on the hours you were working at the time of injury or do they go back 90 days?
    Thanks,

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    Default Re: Do I Get Work Comp Based on the Hours I Was Working at Time of Injury

    Wage replacement benefits, TTD, is based on AWW/Average Weekly Wage at time of injury, but it's averaged, generally over the prior 52 weeks. Not hours worked, and is based on a 7 day work week.

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    Default Re: Do I Get Work Comp Based on the Hours I Was Working at Time of Injury

    Quote Quoting Domino View Post
    Hi, I was injured at work on March 2012. Does workers comp base what you get paid on the hours you were working at the time of injury or do they go back 90 days?
    Thanks,
    SEE 102.11 of the act:
    http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/dwd/publica...hapter_102.pdf

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