Re: No Toes
Worker Comp is no fault so the issue of fault is irrelevant.
=Vico;210405 I'm a welder and I had an accident at work, I was spotting an co-worker he tripped running a walking forklift causing the load to teeter. The an 800lb angle landed on my foot. Broke all 5 toes, and pins put in 2months later I had an onset of dry gangrene which led to the amputation of all 5 toes.... What could I be looking at compensation wise. I am at no fault
You won't find the answer to your question in an internet forum, there are too many factors to consider.
You are entitled to a scheduled loss for the amputations in addition to any Permanent Impairment Rating.
You need to consult a lawyer who specializes in Comp and have him evaluate your claim based on specific facts like your Average Weekly Wage and loss of earning capacity.
Consult a lawyer before proceeding further.
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