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(Costs typically paid for by workers’ comp insurance.)
(Hidden costs not typically paid for by workers’ comp insurance.)
Injury Type or Workers' Compensation Costs
(annual sum of costs)
Select an Injury Type
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Dust Disease, NOC (all other pneumoconiosis)
Enucleation (to remove ex: tumor, eye, etc.)
Hearing Loss or Impairment (traumatic only)
Loss of Hearing
Multiple Injuries Including Both Physical and Psychological
Multiple Physical Injuries Only
No Physical Injury
Poisoning - Chemical (other than metals)
Poisoning - General (not OD or cumulative injury)
Respiratory Disorders (gases, fumes, chemicals, etc.)
All Other Cumulative Injury, NOC
All Other Occupational Disease
All Other Specific Injuries, NOC
Enter Profit Margin (%)
(leave blank to use default of 3%)
Enter Number of Injuries
(leave blank to use default of one)
Estimated Total Cost
The extent to which the employer pays the direct costs depends on the
nature of the employer's workers' compensation insurance policy. The
employer always pays the indirect costs.
Additional Sale (Indirect)
Estimated Direct Costs:
Estimated Indirect Costs:
Combined Total (Direct and Indirect Costs):
Sales To Cover Indirect Costs:
Sales To Cover Total Costs:
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