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Tag Archives: Average Weekly Wage

HOW MUCH DO I GET PAID UNDER PENNSYLVANIA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION?

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Once you have suffered a work-related injury which disables you from your time-of-injury job, the employer must provide to the insurance carrier your wage records for the year preceding the injury. The insurance carrier is then required to determine your average weekly wage (AWW), which will form the basis of what you will be… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act: Ways an Insurance Company can reduce or stop your wage loss benefits

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

If you have sustained a Pennsylvania work-related injury and are receiving wage loss benefits, there are some pitfalls to consider when you are offered work by your employer or accept alternate work with another employer. First, the day you return back to work at equal or more than your pre-injury wage, the insurance carrier… Read More »

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2015 Maximum Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Rate

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry determines on a year to year basis the maximum workers compensation rate for injured workers in Pennsylvania.  The Department of Labor and Industry has announced that the 2015 Maximum Workers Compensation Rate in Pennsylvania is $951/week for all work injuries suffered  after January 1, 2015.  An Employee can determine… Read More »

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