Every year, the Maryland workers’ compensation rates are adjusted for inflation.  For 2015, the rates are as follows:

The rate increased from $998 to $1005.  The average worker sees very little increase in pay every year, hence the very small increases in salary.  As medical costs and education costs increase at multiples of the rate of inflation, salaries in the middle class go nowhere.  Another example of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.  Overall, the benefit limit moves up from $67,223 to $67,695.

Calculating How Much Permanent Partial Disability

There are three tiers of injuries:

To see more about: Maryland workers’ comp permanent partial disability

All the details about 2015 workers’ compensation rates in Maryland can be found here.


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