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



byRogers Booker Lewis P.C. - Richardson Office

January 28, 2014

Previously published on April 7, 2011

This article explains how average weekly wage is calculated in a Texas workers' compensation claim so that the proper benefit rate can be determined.


 

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