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 injured or lose a limb due to injuries or dangers in the workplace usually seek insurance from their employer for the damage caused to their body and possible missed wages. Benefits sadly vary widely from state to state. Congress requires every state to assess pay benefits for employees, without the federal government setting minimum. The estimated annual Arm Payout in the United States is $169,878.

If you work in Alabama, however, you can only get a maximum payout of $48,840 if you lose an arm. Nevada has the most to sell at $859,634. What is surprising is that the average US payout for a missing arm is just $169,878. Another major difference is the allowance for missing one leg. The value for the US is $153,211. Nevada is once again the most generous, offering $457,418 for a lost leg which contrasts sharply with Alabama's mere $44,000.

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


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