Permanent Partial Disability Schedule

  • (1)The loss of an arm at the shoulder, 500 weeks;
  • (2) The loss of an arm at the elbow, 450 weeks;
  • (3) The loss of a hand, 400 weeks;
  • (4) The loss of a palm where the thumb remains, 325 weeks;
  • (5) The loss of a thumb, and the metacarpal bone thereof, 160 weeks;
  • (6) The loss of a thumb at the proximal joint, 120 weeks;
  • (7) The loss of a thumb at the distal joint, 50 weeks;
  • (8) The loss of all fingers on one hand at their proximal joints, 225 weeks;
  • (9) Losses of fingers on each hand as follows:
    • (a) An index finger and the metacarpal bone thereof, 60 weeks;
    • (b) An index finger at the proximal joint, 50 weeks;
    • (c) An index finger at the second joint, 30 weeks;
    • (d) An index finger at the distal joint, 12 weeks;
    • (e) A middle finger and the metacarpal bone thereof, 45 weeks;
    • (f) A middle finger at the proximal joint, 35 weeks;
    • (g) A middle finger at the second joint, 20 weeks;
    • (h) A middle finger at the distal joint, 8 weeks;
    • (i) A ring finger and the metacarpal bone thereof, 26 weeks;
    • (j) A ring finger at the proximal joint, 20 weeks;
    • (k) A ring finger at the second joint, 15 weeks;
    • (l) A ring finger at the distal joint, 6 weeks;
    • (m) A little finger and the metacarpal bone thereof, 28 weeks;
    • (n) A little finger at the proximal joint, 22 weeks;
    • (o) A little finger at the second joint, 16 weeks;
    • (p) A little finger at the distal joint, 6 weeks;
  • (10) The loss of a leg at the hip joint, 500 weeks;
  • (11) The loss of a leg at the knee, 425 weeks;
  • (12) The loss of a foot at the ankle, 250 weeks;
  • (13) The loss of the great toe with the metatarsal bone thereof, 83 1/3 weeks;
  • (14) Losses of toes on each foot as follows:
    • (a) A great toe at the proximal joint, 25 weeks;
    • (b) A great toe at the distal joint, 12 weeks;
    • (c) The second toe with the metatarsal bone thereof, 25 weeks;
    • (d) The second toe at the proximal joint, 8 weeks;
    • (e) The second toe at the second joint, 6 weeks;
    • (f) The second toe at the distal joint, 4 weeks;
    • (g) The third, fourth or little toe with the metatarsal bone thereof, 20 weeks;
    • (h) The third, fourth or little toe at the proximal joint, 6 weeks;
    • (i) The third, fourth or little toe at the second or distal joint, 4 weeks;
  • (15) The loss of an eye by enucleation or evisceration, 275 weeks;
  • (16) Total impairment of one eye for industrial use, 250 weeks;
  • (17) Total deafness from accident or sudden trauma, 330 weeks;
  • (18) Total deafness of one ear from accident or sudden trauma, 55 weeks.

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