Life Expectancy, Workers’ Compensation, and Financial Calculators

If you’re an attorney and your client has been injured on the job, or if you, yourself, are an injured worker, you’ve likely landed on this page to gather as much information as possible regarding how much lost income you may be able to recoup. Below you will find a convenient set of calculators intended to help provide a realistic estimate of what you can expect.

Life Expectancy and Financial Calculators

Life Expectancy Calculator
Life expectancy calculations are based on the CDC’s National Vital Statistics Report (U. S. Life Tables, 2014, Table 1).
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Effective December 11, 2017, CMS will begin referencing the CDC's "National Vital Statistics Report, Volume 66, Number 4: United States Life Tables, 2014" for WCMSA life expectancy calculations.
Weekly Benefit Calculator
Enter your average weekly wage to calculate an estimate of your weekly Workers' Compensation benefits.
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For claims under Georgia workers’ compensation law, the maximum weekly payment for injuries after July 1, 2017 is $575.00. For claims under South Carolina law, the maximum weekly payment is $806.92 for injuries occurring in 2017.
Number of Weeks Calculator
Enter the start and end date to calculate the total number of weeks.
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This calculator does not include the end date for the "total days" amount.
Future Date Calculator
Enter a start date and number of weeks to calculate future date.
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This calculator does not include the end date for the "total days" amount.
Present Value of Weekly Payments Calculator
Enter the weekly payment amount, total number of weeks, and interest rate to calculate the present value.
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Present Value of Future Dollars Calculator
Enter the total amount of future dollars, the number of years, and the discount rate to calculate present value.
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Disclaimer: these calculators are not to be construed as legal advice and are only for purposes of estimating. These calculators are in no way a substitute for the advice of a lawyer, accountant, or actuary.
Last Updated : November 15, 2019