Fingers Sample Clauses

Fingers. Loss of all fingers of one hand 55 50 Loss of one thumb and metacarpal bones Loss of one thumb 30 25 25 Loss of extremity of one thumb 12 Loss of half of extremity of one thumb 8 Thumb with stiff extreme joint 5 Thumb with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint 3 Thumb with stiff extreme and metacarpophalangeal joints Loss of forefinger (second finger) 15 10 Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger 10 Loss of extreme forefinger 5 Forefinger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in outstretched position Forefinger with 90 degrees or more stretch deficiency 5 5 in middle joint Percentage Compensation Right Left Loss of middle finger (third finger) 10 Loss of middle and extreme joints of middle finger 8 Loss of extreme joint of middle finger 5 Middle finger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in 5 outstretched position Middle finger with 90 degrees or more stretch 5 deficiency in middle joint Loss of ring finger (fourth finger) 8 Loss of middle and extreme joints of ring finger 5 Loss of extreme joint of ring finger 3 Ring finger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in outstretched position Ring finger with 90 degrees or more stretch deficiency 5 5 in middle joint Loss of little finger (fifth finger) 8 Loss of middle and extreme joints of little finger 5 Loss of extreme joint of little finger 3 Loss of thumb and forefinger (1st and 2nd fingers) Loss of extreme joints of thumb and forefinger Loss of thumb, forefinger and middle finger 40 50 18 35 45 Loss of extreme joints of thumb, forefinger and middle finger Loss of thumb, forefinger, middle finger and ring 55 20 50 finger (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers) Loss of forefinger and middle finger (2nd and 3rd) 25 Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger and middle finger Loss of extreme joint of forefinger and middle finger 20 10 Loss of forefinger, middle finger and ring finger Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger and ring finger Loss of extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger and 35 25 12 30 ring finger Loss of forefinger, middle finger, ring finger and little 40 35 finger (2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th) Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger, 35 30 middle finger, ring finger and little finger Loss of extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger, ring 15 finger and little finger Loss of middle finger, ring finger and little finger (3rd, 4th and 5th) 30 Percentage Compensation Right Left Loss of middle and extreme joints of middle finger, ring finger and little finger Loss of ...
Fingers. Loss of all fingers of one hand 55 50 • Loss of one thumb and metacarpal bones 30 25 • Loss of one thumb 25 • Loss of extremity of one thumb 12 • Loss of half of extremity of one thumb 8 • Thumb with stiff extreme joint 5 • Thumb with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint 3 • Thumb with stiff extreme and metacarpophalangeal joints 15 • Loss of forefinger (second finger) 10 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger 10 • Loss of extreme forefinger 5 • Forefinger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in outstretched position 5 • Forefinger with 90 degrees or more stretch deficiency in middle joint 5 • Loss of middle finger (third finger) 10 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of middle finger 8 • Loss of extreme joint of middle finger 5 • Middle finger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in outstretched position 5 • Middle finger with 90 degrees or more stretch deficiency in middle joint 5 • Loss of ring finger (fourth finger) 8 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of ring finger 5 • Loss of extreme joint of ring finger 3 • Ring finger with stiff metacarpophalangeal joint in outstretched position 5 • Ring finger with 90 degrees or more stretch deficiency in middle joint 5 • Loss of little finger (fifth finger) 8 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of little finger 5 • Loss of extreme joint of little finger 3 • Loss of thumb and forefinger (1st and 2nd fingers) 40 35 • Loss of extreme joints of thumb and forefinger 18 • Loss of thumb, forefinger and middle finger 50 45 • Loss of extreme joints of thumb, forefinger and middle finger 20 • Loss of thumb, forefinger, middle finger and ring finger (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers) 55 50 • Loss of forefinger and middle finger (2nd and 3rd) 25 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger and middle finger 20 • Loss of extreme joint of forefinger and middle finger 10 • Loss of forefinger, middle finger and ring finger 35 30 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger and ring finger 25 • Loss of extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger and ring finger 12 • Loss of forefinger, middle finger, ring finger and little finger (2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th) 40 35 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger, ring finger and little finger 35 30 • Loss of extreme joints of forefinger, middle finger, ring finger and little finger 15 • Loss of middle finger, ring finger and little finger (3rd, 4th and 5th) 30 • Loss of middle and extreme joints of middle finger, ring finger and little fin...

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