Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits Calculator

The Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits calculator below are not intended to provide you legal advice, nor can tell you exactly what your work comp case is worth.  The calculators are only general approximations of the possible benefits available that your lawyer will work to maximize for you. A full analysis of the benefits you may be owed are beyond the scope of this Missouri Workers Compensation webpage.  We invite you to contact us to discuss the specifics of your claim.

Average Weekly Wage Calculator (AWW)

Use this Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits Calculator to determine what your average weekly wage will be.  This is the starting value you need to determine all of your other benefits.

What is the total amount you made, before taxes, in the last 13 weeks? (do not include the $ sign).

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If you did not work for your Employer for 13 weeks, or you did not work for 1 or more weeks that would affect the calculation, please contact us.  We can help you through the calculation to get the correct AWW value.

Read more Here about AWW.

Temporary Total Disability Calculator (TTD)

Use this Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits Calculator to determine the value of the weekly checks you may receive if are you unable to come into work while you are healing.

What is your AWW? You can calculate it above (do not include the $ sign).

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Please note that no matter what number you received above, the amount you will receive is limited by the law.  Use the table below to determine the maximum amount you can receive for TTD.

Injury Date 7-1-2009 to
6-30-2010
7-1-2010 to
6-30-201
7-1-2011 to
6-30-2012
7-1-2012 to
6-30-2013
7-1-2013 to
6-30-2014
7-1-2014 to
6-30-2015
7-1-2015 to
6-30-2016
Max Amount $807.48 $799.11 $811.73 $827.75 $853.08 $861.04 $886.92

Read more Here about TTD.

Permanent Total Disability Calculator (PTD)

Use this Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits Calculator to determine what settlement you may receive at the end of your case if you are no longer able to work again.

What is your AWW? You can calculate it above (do not include the $ sign).

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Please note that no matter what number you received above, the amount you will receive is limited by the law.  Use the table below to determine the maximum amount you can receive for PTD.

Injury Date 7-1-2009 to
6-30-2010
7-1-2010 to
6-30-201
7-1-2011 to
6-30-2012
7-1-2012 to
6-30-2013
7-1-2013 to
6-30-2014
7-1-2014 to
6-30-2015
7-1-2015 to
6-30-2016
Max Amount $807.48 $799.11 $811.73 $827.75 $853.08 $861.04 $886.92

If you qualify for PTD, you will receive a check every week for the rest of your life, in the amount you calculated above. You may also choose to receive a lump sum instead of the weekly checks. If you choose the lump sum, the value must be reduced by a present-value calculation. This formula can change based on interest rates and investment vehicles. We can help you through the calculation to get the correct PTD lump sum value.

Read more Here about PTD.

Permanent Partial Disability Calculator (PPD)

Use this Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits Calculator to determine what you may receive t the end of your case when you have ongoing symptoms but are able to continue working.

What is your AWW? You can calculate it above and determine the maximum value using the table below (do not include the $ sign).

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Use this table to determine the Max Amount for your AWW

Injury Date 7-1-2009 to
6-30-2010
7-1-2010 to
6-30-201
7-1-2011 to
6-30-2012
7-1-2012 to
6-30-2013
7-1-2013 to
6-30-2014
7-1-2014 to
6-30-2015
7-1-2015 to
6-39-2016
Max Amount $422.97 $418.58 $425.19 $433.58 $446.85 $451.02 $464.58

What body part was injured?

Please note that injured fingers and toes are assigned separately and are not subject to the value for an entire hand or foot. The values for fingers and toes are not contained in this calculator because the value changes depending on the knuckle level injured What is the percentage of disability to the affected body part? This number is usually determined by a doctor and negotiated by your lawyer. Please enter this as a decimal value. (Ex. For 15% put 1.5 and for 8% put 0.8)

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Read more Here about PPD.