3.3.6 Weekly payment rates


3.3.6.1 Payments for periods from 13 November 2013 | 3.3.6.2 Payments for periods before 13 November 2013 but after 4 April 2010 | 3.3.6.3 Payments for periods before 5 April 2010 but after 12 November 1997 | 3.3.6.4 Payments before 12 November 1997 | 3.3.6.5 Pre 12 November 1997 claims - weekly payments


This table is a summary of the different rates relating to weekly payments.

Note: For claims received from 1 November 2010, if a worker continues to receive NPB Non-pecuniary Benefit after injury NPB are deducted from their pre-injury average weekly earnings PIAWE (PIAWE).

Entitlement date - this means the date the entitlement to weekly payments commences.

Entitlement period (all paid/payable) Work capacity Entitlement

Cap/Ceiling for claims first made before 05/04/10 (but after 12/11/97)

for FY commencing 1 July 2020

Cap/Ceiling for claims first made on or after 05/04/10

for FY commencing 1 July 2020

First entitlement period (first 13 weeks) No current work capacity (NCWC) 95% PIAWE $1,910 $2,590
Current work capacity (CWC)

The lesser of:

the difference between 95% of PIAWE and CWE or

the difference between relevant cap and CWE

$1,910 less CWE

$2,590 less CWE

Second entitlement period

130 weeks applies

if the Agent received the claim for weekly payments on or after 1 January 2005

104 weeks applies

if the Agent received the claim for weekly payments before 1 January 2005

NCWC 80% of PIAWE $1,910 $2,590
CWC

The lesser of:

80% PIAWE less 80% of CWE or

the relevant cap and 80% of CWE

$1,910 less 80% of CWE $2,590 less 80% of CWE
After second entitlement period NCWC indefinitely

80% of PIAWE

$1,910 $2,590
Worker has RTW for at least 15 hours and has CWE of at least $199 CWC is at full capacity indefinitely

Whichever is less:

80% PIAWE less 80% of CWE or

the relevant cap less 80% of CWE

$1,910 less 80% of CWE

$2,590 less 80% of CWE

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