Indiana Workers’ Compensation Payments

Permanent Partial Impairment, Temporary Total Disability, and Maximum For All Compensation

The following tables detail the value of PPI ratings, how TTD pay is calculated, and the maximum value for compensation in a workers’ compensation settlement.

Permanent Partial Impairment
Date of injury Degrees Dollars per Degree
July 1, 2000 1-10 $1,100
11-35 $1,300
36-50 $2,000
51-100 $2,500
July 1, 2001 1-10 $1,300
11-35 $1,500
36-50 $2,000
51-100 $3,000
July 1, 2007 1-10 $1,300
11-35 $1,545
36-50 $2,475
51-100 $3,150
July 1, 2008 1-10 $1,365
11-35 $1,570
36-50 $2,525
51-100 $3,200
July 1, 2009 1-10 $1,380
11-35 $1,585
36-50 $2,600
51-100 $3,300
July 1, 2010 1-10 $1,400
11-35 $1,600
36-50 $2,700
51-100 $3,500
July 1, 2014 1-10 $1,517
11-35 $1,717
36-50 $2,862
51-100 $3,687

Temporary Total Disability

Date of injury
Maximum AWW
Maximum TTD
July 1, 2000
$762
$508
July 1, 2001
$822
$548
July 1, 2002
$882
$588
July 1, 2006
$900
$600
July 1, 2007
$930
$620
July 1, 2008
$954
$636
July 1, 2009
$975
$650
July 1, 2014
$1,040
$693.36

Maximum For All Compensation

July 1, 2000
$254,000
July 1, 2001
$274,000
July 1, 2002
$294,000
July 1, 2006
$300,000
July 1, 2007
$310,000
July 1, 2008
$318,000
July 1, 2009
$325,000
July 1, 2014
$347,000