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Your AWW is calculated by dividing your total gross earnings by 52. For example, if your gross earnings are $\u201cx\u201d, you would divide \u201cx\u201d by 52 to obtain your AWW.
Regardless of when, how, or why your employer stops payments, workers comp cannot stop paying without notice. Your employer or their insurer cannot stop paying you workers' compensation benefits without telling you.
Payment of Benefits Within 18 days of receiving your report of a work-related injury, the insurer should begin paying benefits. However, if the claim is being disputed the insurer must notify your and the New York State Board of Workers' Compensation about why your claim is being disputed.
Compensation Rates An injured employee is entitled to a compensation rate equal to two-thirds of the average weekly wage (AWW) in New York State for the 52-week period immediately prior to the date of accident. The rate is subject to prescribed maximums and degree of disability.
Unless your employer has a written policy or a written employee agreement that states that benefits will be continued when an employee is out on workers comp, they have the right to terminate or suspend them.

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Upon approval for a workers' compensation claim, you will receive payments from the insurer every two weeks. Every 45 days, your doctor will submit a progress report to the Board. If 12 weeks pass, and you are still recovering, the insurance carrier will consider whether rehabilitation treatment is necessary.
The length of time you can stay out on workers' compensation will range from 225 to 525 weeks. However, the number of weeks and amount of money you can collect from workers' comp for your work-related injury each week will vary, depending upon your individual circumstances.
Calculating Your Average Weekly Wage If you worked in the same type of employment for at least 13 weeks prior to your workplace injury, you will simply add your wages for the last 13 weeks and then divide them by 13. The resulting number will be your average weekly wage.
Date of AccidentWeekly Maximum Total / PartialJuly 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020$934.11 / $934.11July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019$904.74 / $904.74July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018$870.61 / $870.61July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017$864.32 / $864.3216 more rows
How long workers can collect compensation benefits varies from state to state. Under New York State law, you can file a claim two years from the date your injury or illness occurred, or two years from the time you should have known you suffered an injury or illness.

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