There is not a simple answer to that question. There have been many legal cases regarding the calculation of time-loss compensation. Check your hourly wage and hours worked to see if they are correct. You are also entitled to any regular overtime hours you work, but only at your straight rate, as well as an amount for your employer’s contribution to your healthcare benefits. This is your gross wage rate. You will receive 60% of your gross wage plus 5% if you are legally married and 2% for each dependent. You have 60 days to protest in writing to L&I the wage order issued by the Department if you feel it is incorrect.