Re: Where Can I Find the Perm Disability % Chart
Check out Pgs. 14-15 in the blow link also check out the posted Section 31-308
Sec. 31-308 provides a list (see page 15) of body parts with the total number of weeks of compensation provided by law for each
For example, the master arm is scheduled for 208 weeks, so a “20% loss of use of the master arm” equals 20% of 208 weeks which equals 41.6 weeks of benefits. An employee eligible for a $200 per week benefit
rate would receive 41.6 weekly payments of $200 for a total PPD benefit payment of $8,320.14
The PPD weekly benefit rate is determined by the employee’s basic compensation rate at the time of the original injury or illness.
Here's the section pertaining to PPD in Connecticut.
Workers’ Compensation Act as amended to January 1, 2007
Compensation for partial incapacity.
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