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(2) Electronic funds transfer (EFT) – To be able to get electronic funds transfer, you must be expected to receive benefits for at least eight (8) weeks. To get payment by electronic funds transfer you or your beneficiary must ask the insurance carrier to do so, and provide:

(3) Access card program – Both you and the insurance carrier have to agree to use an access card program in writing before you can get your income or death benefit payments through an access card. Definitions Average Weekly Wage (AWW) The average amount of money your employer paid you each week in the 13 weeks before your injury or illness. Income and death benefit payments are based on your AWW. Claim Employer The employer that an employee was working for at the time of the illness or injury.


It is also the employer that the employee filed the workers’ compensation claim through. Disability When a work-related injury or illness causes you to lose the ability to earn your weekly wages. "Disability" refers to your inability to earn an income, not to a physical handicap. Impairment Rating A rating that shows what percent of the work-related injury or illnes affect your body as a whole. Maximum Benefit Amount The maximum amount of weekly benefits an employee can get. The amount may not be more than the state average weekly wage (SAWW), rounded to the nearest dollar, as follows:

Minimum Benefit Amount The lowest amount of weekly benefits an employee can get. The minimum benefit amount is 15% of the SAWW, rounded to the nearest dollar. TDI-DWC sets the minimum weekly income benefit for each year (October 1 to September 30) no later than October 1 of each year. Multiple Employment When an employee has more than one employer. Non-Claim Employer An employer that the employee worked for at the time of the injury or illness that is NOT the claim employer. Non-pecuniary Wages Wages that are not paid in money, such as health insurance premiums, a vehicle or housing allowance, or clothing. Pecuniary Wages Wages paid in money, such as salary, commissions, and bonuses. Wages include all forms of payment for a given period. Pecuniary wages include the market value of room and board, laundry, fuel, and any other benefit that can be estimated in money. State Average Weekly Wage Equal to 88% of the average weekly wage, as determined by the Texas Workforce Commission under §207.002(c).

(2) Electronic funds transfer (EFT) – To be able to get electronic funds transfer, you must be expected to receive benefits for at least eight (8) weeks. To get payment by electronic funds transfer you or your beneficiary must ask the insurance carrier to do so, and provide:

(3) Access card program – Both you and the insurance carrier have to agree to use an access card program in writing before you can get your income or death benefit payments through an access card. Definitions Average Weekly Wage (AWW) The average amount of money your employer paid you each week in the 13 weeks before your injury or illness. Income and death benefit payments are based on your AWW. Claim Employer The employer that an employee was working for at the time of the illness or injury. It is also the employer that the employee filed the workers’ compensation claim through. Disability When a work-related injury or illness causes you to lose the ability to earn your weekly wages. "Disability" refers to your inability to earn an income, not to a physical handicap. Impairment Rating A rating that shows what percent of the work-related injury or illnes affect your body as a whole. Maximum Benefit Amount The maximum amount of weekly benefits an employee can get. The amount may not be more than the state average weekly wage (SAWW), rounded to the nearest dollar, as follows:

Minimum Benefit Amount The lowest amount of weekly benefits an employee can get. The minimum benefit amount is 15% of the SAWW, rounded to the nearest dollar. TDI-DWC sets the minimum weekly income benefit for each year (October 1 to September 30) no later than October 1 of each year. Multiple Employment When an employee has more than one employer. Non-Claim Employer An employer that the employee worked for at the time of the injury or illness that is NOT the claim employer. Non-pecuniary Wages Wages that are not paid in money, such as health insurance premiums, a vehicle or housing allowance, or clothing. Pecuniary Wages Wages paid in money, such as salary, commissions, and bonuses. Wages include all forms of payment for a given period. Pecuniary wages include the market value of room and board, laundry, fuel, and any other benefit that can be estimated in money. State Average Weekly Wage Equal to 88% of the average weekly wage, as determined by the Texas Workforce Commission under §207.002(c).