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Missouri Workers Compensation Calculator

This calculator is intended to give injured workers in Missouri a general understanding of how Workers Compensation Benefits are calculated. As an injured employee, you should be aware of all potential avenues of recovery so that you obtain the benefits you deserve. While every case is different and results may vary from the numbers provided in the calculator you should always contact an attorney to lead you through this complicated process and to maximize your benefits.

Injured workers potential avenues of monetary recovery include but are not limited to:

  1. Permanent Partial Disability
  2. Lost Wages
  3. Permanent Total Disability
  4. Other

1. Permanent Partial Disability Calculations

Permanent Partial Disability: This is when you are unable to do certain types of jobs or certain tasks and you have physical complaints that will remain on a permanent basis, but you are still able to work at some full-time job. These benefits are usually paid in a lump sum. A three part formula is used to calculate your Permanent Partial Disability benefits which are often times paid in a lump sum.

To start the calculations please click on the part of your body that was injured. For injuries to multiple body parts the process should be repeated.

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What is the date of your injury? $  
What is your average weekly wage? $  What's this?
What is your disability rating?   % What's this?
Your possible payout is: How is this calculated?

HOW DO I INCREASE THE VALUE OF MY CASE?

2. Lost Wages Calculation

Lost Wages: Often times an injured worker cannot return to work and is faced with the issue of having to pay monthly expenses with no income. The workers compensation system provides payment to injured employees that are unable to immediately return to work.

What is the date of your injury? $  
What is your average weekly wage? $  What's this?
Number of weeks off work?   
Your possible payout is:

3. Other Avenues of Compensation

Other Avenues of Monetary Recovery: In certain cases you may pursue third party claims against negligent parties, such as a co-worker, or, if applicable, receive death benefits. You may also be eligible for second job wage loss through the Second Injury Fund. You should consult with an attorney to explore all avenues of recovery for your workplace injury.

What Can I do to Increase the Value of My Case?

Here are the facts. The numbers that you have used in the calculator are all either provided by you without anything backing them up, or are provided by the insurance company. It may even make sense to you what numbers the insurance company is using. However, you must know that the insurance company knows tricks to pay you the least amount possible. They know how to use a different body part. They know how to formulate a lower average weekly wage. Most often however, they send you to THEIR DOCTOR who says you have a 2.5% disability, and so that is all they pay you for. Follow these tips to get more from your Missouri workers compensation case.

  1. Don't listen to their rating doctor. We at Roskin & Hoffmann, LLC use our own rating doctor to determine how injured you are. Injured workers should not be told how injured they are by a doctor who makes his or her living by being paid by the defendant in your case.
  2. Know how to formulate your average weekly wage. The law allows for certain weeks to be taken off of the 13 weeks, and allows for certain things to be added on. Be sure that you are using the right number.
  3. Use the highest rated body part. Too often an injured worker in Missouri gets told that his torn bicep is to be rated at the elbow because that is where the tear is. Well, this is wrong and we want to protect you from this.
  4. Get compensated for ALL of your work place injuries. Too often a settlement is reached on one body part when another one is hurt as well. Don't let them talk you in to this. Get the full value of your workers compensation case.

All of these things are ideas that will help you take back some of your Missouri workers compensation rights. The best way to make sure you are doing the right thing is to call our office as soon as possible. The call is free and we don't collect unless we first collect for you.

The truth is, when injured Missouri workers come to us for representation we help guide them through this troublesome and anxiety filled process, and we most often get them more money than they could have gotten themselves. Give is a call to find out what we can do for you.

Not Getting the Compensation you Deserve?
Contact an Experienced Workers Compensation Lawyer

The St. Louis Workers Compensation Lawyers at Roskin & Hoffmann, LLC have nearly 50 years of combined Work Comp experience and we have handled some of the most complex Workers Comp cases throughout Missouri. If you have been injured at work and you are not getting the compensation you deserve, call our knowledgeable attorneys at (314) 821-9013 or send us a Workers Compensation question. We look forward to helping you. All communications are returned promptly.

Try our Missouri workers compensation calculator to determine how much compensation your case is worth.
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Disclaimer: The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. Past case results afford no guarantee of future results. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. The Roskin & Hoffmann, LLC handles workers compensation, personal injury, work injury, work comp and workman compensation cases throughout Missouri. We represents injured clients in St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Jefferson City, Columbia, St. Louis County MO and Saint Charles.

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