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Division Director

Tanner Holloman

Assistant Director

Andrew Sabolic


Workers' Compensation
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0318
Workers' Compensation Claims
(800) 342-1741
Workers' Compensation Exemption/ Compliance
(850) 413-1609

Temporary Partial Disability Benefit Calculator

The information and interactive calculators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use. We can not and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regards to your individual circumstances.

This calculator is provided to assist you in determining compensation or wage replacement benefits that may be due and owing to you as the result of a work-related injury or occupational disease.

If you have any questions about the calculation of benefits, please contact the Bureau of Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office at 1-800-342-1741 or wceaoanswer@myflorida.com.

* Year of Illness or Injury:   
* Average Weekly Wage $ RequiredInvalid

  
Temporary Partial Workers' Comp Benefits per Week
(without earnings)
$

For calculating temporary partial benefits with earnings, please contact the Bureau of Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office at 1-800-342-1741 or wceaoanswer@myfloridacfo.com.

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Average Weekly Wage (AWW)
AWW are wages earned 13 calendar weeks prior to the date of the work related accident or illness, excluding the week during which the accident or illness occurred. By Florida law, wages earned must have been reported for federal income tax purposes to qualify in the calculation of AWW.

For additional information regarding the calculation of AWW, please refer to 440.14, F.S., 69L-3.0046, F.A.C., and 69L-3.025, F.A.C. In addition please see DFS-F2-DWC-1a.pdf.
Temporary Partial Disability Benefits Per Week
The amount of this disability benefit is determined by multiplying the injured worker’s Average Weekly Wage (AWW) by 80%, subtracting any gross wages earned working light duty, and multiplying that number by 80%. The benefit is limited to the maximum compensation weekly amount allowed by law.

This benefit is payable for as long as you are in a temporary light duty work status, for up to 104 weeks (including any weeks of temporary total benefits), or until you have reached Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), whichever occurs earlier.

For additional information regarding Temporary Partial Disability benefits, please refer to 440.15(4), F.S., 69L-3.01915, F.A.C., and the Injured Worker Informational Brochure: English | Español