What is the difference between the Average Weekly Wage and the Full Weekly Wage in my claim?

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Mar 21, 2017 | Temporary Total Disability Compensation

1. Gross wages (plus any overtime) earned over the six weeks prior to

the injury and divided by six.


2. Gross wages (excluding any overtime) earned over the seven days prior to

the injury.

Whichever one of these calculations result in a higher amount then that is the calculation used to set the FWW.

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