I was hurt at work. How much money will I receive in workers compensation benefits while I am unable to work due to my injury?

We help people in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. 

We only represent people and families; patients injured because of preventable medical mistakes, children with cerebral palsy, workers with on-the-job injuries, people injured in serious car accidents, and families who have lost a loved one.  That's all we do.

 

                    

Workers' compensation benefits are two-thirds of the injured workers average wage (including overtime) at the time of injury. There are no taxes paid on workers' compensation benefits; however, there is a cap on the weekly amount. D.C., Maryland and Virginia each have a different maximum compensation rate, or cap on the weekly amount of benefits.