Average Weekly Wage For Most Employees Owed Texas Workers' Compensation Benefits

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Texas workers' compensation law requires that all benefit payments be based on the injured workers' average weekly wage. Understanding how average weekly wage is determined is crucial for both insurance adjusters and injured workers. This article discusses how most employees can determine their average weekly wage, and what types of wages and benefits can be included in the calculation. For instance, did you know that if your employer stops paying your health insurance premium that your workers' comp check should increase?

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