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Nevada ppd settlement answers
#1
After days of checking with my attorney and DIR , here is the final answer on the calculation of ppd settlement.
It's your monthly wage(already agreed with the adjuster) x 0.006 x ranking%. And then the time from last ttd payment to settlement date and the age.


Ex: 2000 monthly wage x .006=$12.00 x % ranking.-

It is not 6% of your monthly wage it is .06 of your monthly wage. I had several people at DIR say it's 6% it's not.

Good luck everyone. Nevada sucks on their payouts.
 
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#2
Yes, the written worksheet from the state's website that I posted was correct. it's not .0006 that was used in the calculation you were given nor the .06 you were using/expecting.
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#3
Trying to figure out how to calculate a Nevada PPD. I have been rated at 27% but have no idea how to figure anything. Can anyone assist?
 
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#4
Try using the worksheet
http://dir.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dirnvgov...CS/D9a.pdf
If you need help, come back and we,ll try to figure it out.
Reminder
........Each state has their own comp system. We need to know your state to provide accurate information.........
 
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#5
(11-14-2017, 02:45 PM)1171 Wrote: Try using the worksheet
http://dir.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dirnvgov...CS/D9a.pdf
If you need help, come back and we,ll try to figure it out.

I have tried but I am not sure what I am suppose to be plugging into some of the questions. I make a bit over $5000 per month, I am 42 and was just rated at 27% PPD.
 
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#6
seems like its $5000 x .006 x 27% =

8.91.

you can also get help from the DIR thru their email help link:
http://dir.nv.gov/WCS/Home/

WCSHelp@business.nv.gov

you can also get legal help here
http://naiw.nv.gov/
Reminder
........Each state has their own comp system. We need to know your state to provide accurate information.........
 
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#7
(11-14-2017, 06:41 PM)1171 Wrote: seems like its $5000 x .006 x 27% =

8.91.

you can also get help from the DIR thru their email help link:
http://dir.nv.gov/WCS/Home/

WCSHelp@business.nv.gov

you can also get legal help here
http://naiw.nv.gov/

I got that number... I just don't know what it means or how it applies for a settlement.
 
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#8
If your injury leaves you with some permanent impairment, the amount of impairment is rated and used to calculate addional disability payments. Injured workers often call these payments a "settlement". $8.91 is your monthly payment.
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........Each state has their own comp system. We need to know your state to provide accurate information.........
 
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