How Much Your Body Parts Are Worth in Workers’ Compensation #infographic

How Much Your Body Parts Are Worth in Workers’ Compensation #infographic
Employees who are seriously hurt or lose a limb due to occupational accidents or hazards typically receive compensation from their employer for the harm done to their body and potential lost pay. Benefits unfortunately vary greatly from one state to the next. Congress allows every state to determine employee compensation benefits, without a requirement set by the federal government. In the United States the approximate annual Arm Payout is $169,878.

However if you work in Alabama, you can only get a $48,840 gross reward if you lose an arm. At $859,634 Nevada has the most to sell. What's shocking is that the average US reward is just $169,878 for a broken limb. Another important difference is the missing one leg allowance. In the US the amount is $153,211. Nevada is once again the most generous, offering $457,418 for a missing leg that compares dramatically with the meager $44,000 that Alabama has.
How Much Your Body Parts Are Worth in Workers’ Compensation #infographic


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