How do you calculate a worker's comp settlement in Illinois?

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The Illinois settlement is a planned settlement of 110 square kilometres in the Illinois territory and is also known as the English Settlement. A worker's comp settlement is a compensation agreement between an employer and an employee. This is calculated depending on the laws of a particular state. An example would be the state of Illinois, where the workers average weekly wage is multiplied by 60% then multiplied by the percentage loss of use of a specific body part. In Illinois, the total number of weeks each body part has corresponds to the total value of that body part.
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