If You Were Injured Before August 31, 1993, You May Be Entitled to Cost of Living Increase in Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Employees who were injured at work before August 31, 1993 receive a minimum of $90.00 a week in workers’ compensation benefits. Beginning January 1, 2007, these injured workers are entitled to an increase in their minimum weekly compensation rate, to $100.00 a week. (House Bill 2738, Session of 2006). If you are receiving a minimum compensation rate of $90.00 a week, were injured before August 31, 1993, and think you are entitled to an increase in your workers’ compensation rate, please contact Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C., for a free, no obligation consultation.

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