Workman's compensation settlements are calculated by adding the costs of medical treatment, the percentage rating for bodily impairment, the estimate of future costs related to the accident, disability payments, if appli... More » Business & Finance Business Resources

According to Horowitz, Horowitz & Associates, the value of a claim under the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act is calculated based on five factors: the reported level of impairment, the occupation of the injured employe... More »

Workers' compensation settlements are calculated based on whether the work-related injury caused permanent partial disability, permanent total disability or temporary partial or total disability, explains Nolo. Partial d... More » Business & Finance Business Resources HR

To accurately compute your anticipated worker's compensation settlement, you need to aggregate your current and estimated future medical expenses with the compensation that applies to your impairment rating, explains the... More »

The time it takes to get a worker's compensation settlement ultimately depends on how long it takes the injured worker to recover, as the final disability the worker will experience must be known, and the worker's state'... More »

Worker's compensation settlements are figured by considering medical records of the injury, physical impairment, the balance owed to treatment facilities, attorney fees and legal costs, as well as the potential costs of ... More » Business & Finance Business Resources HR

As of February 2015, California lawyer Christopher Asvar claims he brokered one of the largest worker's compensation settlements in the state's history at $8.9 million, according to Insurance Journal. The case settled in... More »