Table 5: Replacement ratios*.

State194019501960197019801990

Temporary total disability replacement ratios:
Alabama0.550.650.650.650.670.67
Alaska0.650.650.670.80
Arizona0.650.650.650.650.670.67
Arkansas0.650.650.650.670.67
California0.650.650.61750.61750.670.67
Colorado0.500.500.670.670.670.67
Connecticut0.500.500.600.670.670.67
Delaware0.500.600.670.670.670.67
District of Columbia0.670.670.670.670.67
Florida0.600.600.600.600.670.67
Georgia0.500.500.600.600.670.67
Hawaii0.670.670.670.67
Idaho0.700.600.600.600.600.60
Illinois0.600.650.670.67
Indiana0.550.550.600.600.670.67
Iowa0.600.600.670.670.800.80
Kansas0.600.600.600.600.670.67
Kentucky0.650.650.650.670.670.67
Louisiana0.650.650.650.650.670.67
Maine0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Maryland0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Massachusetts0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Michigan0.670.670.670.670.670.80
Minnesota0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Mississippi0.670.670.670.670.67
Missouri0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Montana0.600.670.670.670.670.67

Value of for each year
Nebraska0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Nevada0.600.700.900.900.670.67
New Hampshire0.500.670.670.670.670.67
New Jersey0.670.670.670.700.70
New Mexico0.500.600.600.600.670.72
New York0.670.670.670.670.670.67
North Carolina0.600.600.600.600.670.67
North Dakota0.670.670.800.800.670.67
Ohio0.670.670.670.670.720.67
Oklahoma0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Oregon0.580.900.670.67
Pennsylvania0.670.670.670.670.670.67
Rhode Island0.500.600.600.600.670.67
South Carolina0.600.600.600.600.670.67
South Dakota0.550.550.550.550.670.67
Tennessee0.500.600.650.650.670.67
Texas0.600.600.600.600.670.67
Utah0.600.600.600.600.670.67
Vermont0.500.500.670.670.670.67
Virginia0.550.550.600.600.670.67
Washington0.600.600.60
West Virginia0.670.670.670.670.700.70
Wisconsin0.650.700.700.700.670.67
Wyoming1.000.670.670.67

* — denote either state does not have workers’ compensation benefits in that year or the replacement ratio is not made explicit within the law.
Proportions are the maximum allowed by state law for workers with dependents. In some cases workers will receive benefits based on a lower percentage if they are unmarried or have no dependent children.