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Multiple Period Compensation Calculations for Injured Workers in Virginia

This multiple period calculator is similar to the Basic Calculator, but it allows the addition of additional benefit periods. The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has an online calculator. To play safe, injured workers should review their compensation loss with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer. Multiple periods may apply, for example, if a worker tries to go back to work but discovers he/she still needs more time to recuperate or that the worker cannot do the job at all and will have to be retrained.

  • Simply enter your benefit information in each row. This is the information needed to do the basic calculation
  • Then repeat this for each period you were out of work, partially or totally,
  • The calculation will essentially be the sum total of all the individual losses.

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