Form DFS-F2-DWC-33 "Permanent Total off-Set Worksheet" - Florida

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PERMANENT TOTAL OFF-SET WORKSHEET
SENT TO DIVISION DATE
DIVISION RECEIVED DATE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION
200 East Gaines Street
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-4224
SOCIAL SECURITY #:
EMPLOYEE NAME: (First, Middle, Last)
DATE OF ACCIDENT:
(Month-Day-Year)
DATE OF BIRTH:
EMPLOYER NAME:
DATE ACCEPTED/ADJUDICATED PT:
(Month-Day-Year)
(Month-Day-Year)
FORMULA:
1.
Convert monthly benefits to weekly benefits by dividing the monthly amount by 4.3.
2.
Add Compensation Rate + Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) or the Maximum Family Benefits (MFB) if the employee has dependents.
3.
Add five percent (5%) permanent total supplemental benefits for dates of accident prior to October 1, 2003. For dates of accident on or after October
1, 2003, add three percent (3%) permanent total supplemental benefits. Use Weekly Supplemental Rate at time of PT acceptance.
4.
Subtract the greater of 80% Average Weekly Wage (AWW) or 80% Weekly Average Current Earnings (ACE).
5.
Resulting difference is the offset amount (which shall not exceed the Initial Social Security Benefit).
BENEFITS INFORMATION (Monthly/Weekly)
Weekly Compensation
__________________________
Average Weekly Wage
__________________________
multiplied by .80 = 80% AWW
_______________________
Monthly PIA
_________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly PIA
_______________________
Monthly ACE
_________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly ACE
_______________________
Maximum Family Benefit
__________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly MFB
_______________________
Offset Calculation
_______________________________
Weekly Compensation (or applicable Maximum rate )
[ + ]
_______________________________
Weekly PIA or MFB (whichever is applicable)
[ + ]
_______________________________
5% PT Supplemental (3% for injuries occurring on or after October 1, 2003)
[ = ]
_______________________________
Combined Weekly Benefits
[ - ]
_______________________________
Greater of 80% AWW or 80% Weekly ACE
[ a ]
______________________________
Total Offset Available (shall not exceed applicable PIA or MFB) weekly compensation
[ b ]
______________________________
Offset Against Supplements (Division paid claims only)
[ c ]
______________________________
Offset Against Compensation
[ d ]
______________________________
Total Benefits Payable After Offset (Comp Rate-c=d)
Effective _____________________ the Division / Claims-handling entity in accordance with Section 440.15(9) F.S., will begin applying the Social Security
Offset to this case.
Please attach a copy of the completed Form DFS-F2-DWC-14, Request for Social Security Disability Benefit Information and Form DFS-F2-DWC-4, Notice
of Action/Change, as required by Rule 69L-3.0091, 69L-3.0194 and 69L-3.01945, F.A.C.
Any person who, knowingly and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive any employer or employee, insurance company, or self-insured program, files a statement of
claim containing any false or misleading information commits insurance fraud, punishable as provided in s. 817.234. Section 440.105(7), F.S.
INSURER CODE #
ADJUSTER NAME
INSURER NAME:
CLAIMS-HANDLING ENTITY NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE
SERVICE CO/TPA CODE #
CLAIMS-HANDLING ENTITY FILE #
Form DFS-F2-DWC-33 (03/2009)
Rule 69L-3.025, F.A.C.
PERMANENT TOTAL OFF-SET WORKSHEET
SENT TO DIVISION DATE
DIVISION RECEIVED DATE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION
200 East Gaines Street
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-4224
SOCIAL SECURITY #:
EMPLOYEE NAME: (First, Middle, Last)
DATE OF ACCIDENT:
(Month-Day-Year)
DATE OF BIRTH:
EMPLOYER NAME:
DATE ACCEPTED/ADJUDICATED PT:
(Month-Day-Year)
(Month-Day-Year)
FORMULA:
1.
Convert monthly benefits to weekly benefits by dividing the monthly amount by 4.3.
2.
Add Compensation Rate + Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) or the Maximum Family Benefits (MFB) if the employee has dependents.
3.
Add five percent (5%) permanent total supplemental benefits for dates of accident prior to October 1, 2003. For dates of accident on or after October
1, 2003, add three percent (3%) permanent total supplemental benefits. Use Weekly Supplemental Rate at time of PT acceptance.
4.
Subtract the greater of 80% Average Weekly Wage (AWW) or 80% Weekly Average Current Earnings (ACE).
5.
Resulting difference is the offset amount (which shall not exceed the Initial Social Security Benefit).
BENEFITS INFORMATION (Monthly/Weekly)
Weekly Compensation
__________________________
Average Weekly Wage
__________________________
multiplied by .80 = 80% AWW
_______________________
Monthly PIA
_________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly PIA
_______________________
Monthly ACE
_________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly ACE
_______________________
Maximum Family Benefit
__________________________
divided by 4.3 = Weekly MFB
_______________________
Offset Calculation
_______________________________
Weekly Compensation (or applicable Maximum rate )
[ + ]
_______________________________
Weekly PIA or MFB (whichever is applicable)
[ + ]
_______________________________
5% PT Supplemental (3% for injuries occurring on or after October 1, 2003)
[ = ]
_______________________________
Combined Weekly Benefits
[ - ]
_______________________________
Greater of 80% AWW or 80% Weekly ACE
[ a ]
______________________________
Total Offset Available (shall not exceed applicable PIA or MFB) weekly compensation
[ b ]
______________________________
Offset Against Supplements (Division paid claims only)
[ c ]
______________________________
Offset Against Compensation
[ d ]
______________________________
Total Benefits Payable After Offset (Comp Rate-c=d)
Effective _____________________ the Division / Claims-handling entity in accordance with Section 440.15(9) F.S., will begin applying the Social Security
Offset to this case.
Please attach a copy of the completed Form DFS-F2-DWC-14, Request for Social Security Disability Benefit Information and Form DFS-F2-DWC-4, Notice
of Action/Change, as required by Rule 69L-3.0091, 69L-3.0194 and 69L-3.01945, F.A.C.
Any person who, knowingly and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive any employer or employee, insurance company, or self-insured program, files a statement of
claim containing any false or misleading information commits insurance fraud, punishable as provided in s. 817.234. Section 440.105(7), F.S.
INSURER CODE #
ADJUSTER NAME
INSURER NAME:
CLAIMS-HANDLING ENTITY NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE
SERVICE CO/TPA CODE #
CLAIMS-HANDLING ENTITY FILE #
Form DFS-F2-DWC-33 (03/2009)
Rule 69L-3.025, F.A.C.
DWC-33 Purpose and Use Statement
The collection of the social security number on this form is
imperative for the Division of Workers' Compensation's
performance of its duties and responsibilities as prescribed
by law. The social security number will be used as a unique
identifier in Division of Workers' Compensation database
systems for individuals who have claimed benefits under
Chapter 440, Florida Statutes. It will also be used to identify
information and documents in those database systems
regarding individuals who have claimed benefits under
Chapter 440, Florida Statutes, for internal agency tracking
purposes and for purposes of responding to both public
records requests and subpoenas that require production of
specified documents. The social security number may also be
used for any other purpose specifically required or
authorized by state or federal law.
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