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Violinist's AWW Based on Approximation of Potential Earnings

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, September 7, 2017 | 701 | 0 | 0 min read

The North Carolina Court of Appeals upheld the Industrial Commission’s calculation of a professional violinist’s average weekly wage, based on an approximation of what she would have earned had she not been injured. Case: Frank v. Charlotte Symphony, No. COA17-211, 09/05/2017, published. Facts: Cynthia Frank worked for the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra as a violinist. She filed a workers’ compensation claim in June 2012, asserting she had suffered an injury to her right shoulder. On her claim form, Frank indicated her average weekly wage was $760. The orchestra admitted li...

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