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question about PPI math
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I have had an ankle injury and have now reached MMI and was given a PPI rating of 29% loss. It was explained as 29% x 35 = 10.15. The question I have is about the math as the rep I have been dealing with has had a very hard time doing basic math skills and I want to make sure she is adding the correct figures. Her last break down had even more ?? to it. She has indicated the first 10% is paid at the $1633 and the .15% is paid at the higher rate of $1835 = $275.25. Is this correct? I would think it is either 10.15 x $1633 (because that is 1-10 percent and the next step says 11-10%) If the .15 gets the higher amount shouldn't the higher amount be paid on the whole thing?
 
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http://www.workerscompensation.com/forum...?tid=10146


Each state has its own comp system. Without knowing yours I can't help.
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Guess they figured it out.
Thankx for posting.
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Thankx for the feedback.
Its difficult to know if they are helpful when there is no response.
Be Well.
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