Site map <b>Eye</b>
    <br>Up to 250 weeks
    <br>Min: $41,000
    <br>Mid: $82,500
    <br>Max: $247,000 <b>Hearing</b>
    <br>1 ear: up to 125 weeks
    <br>2 ears: up to 250 weeks
    <br>Min: $20,750 to $41,500
    <br>Mid: $41,250 to $82,500 
    <br>Max: $123,750 to $247,500 <b>Foot</b>
        <br>Up to 250 weeks
    <br>Min: $41,000
    <br>Mid: $82,500
    <br>Max: $247,000 <B>Hand</b>
        <br>Up to 250 weeks
    <br>Min: $41,000
    <br>Mid: $82,500
    <br>Max: $247,000 <b>Arm</b>
    <br>Up to 300 weeks
    <br>Min: $49,800
    <br>Mid: $99,000
    <br>Max: $297,000 <b>Leg</b>
    <br>Up to 300 weeks
    <br>Min: $49,800
    <br>Mid: $99,000
    <br>Max: $297,000 <b>Thumb</b>
    <br>Up to 100 weeks
    <br>Min: $16,600
    <br>Mid: $33,000
    <br>Max: $99,000 <b>Index finger</b>
    <br>Up to 40 weeks
    <br>Min: $6,640
    <br>Mid: $13,200
    <br>Max: $39,600 <b>Middle finger</b>
    <br>Up to 35 weeks
    <br>Min: $5,810
    <br>Mid: $11,550
    <br>Max: $34,650 <b>Ring finger</b>
    <br>Up to 30 weeks
    <br>Min: $4,980
    <br>Mid: $9,900
    <br>Max: $29,700 <b>Great toe</b>
    <br>Up to 40 weeks
    <br>Min: $6,640
    <br>Mid: $13,200
    <br>Max: $39,600 <b>Little finger</b>
    <br>Up to 25 weeks
    <br>Min: $4,415
    <br>Mid: $8,250
    <br>Max: $24,750 <b>Other toes</b>
    <br>Up to 10 weeks
    <br>Min: $1,660
    <br>Mid: $3,300
    <br>Max: $9,900 <b>Body as a whole</b>
    <br>Up to 500 weeks
    <br>Min: $83,000
    <br>Mid: $165,000
    <br>Max: $495,000 <b>Disfigurement</b>
    <br>Up to 156 weeks
    <br>Min: $25,896
    <br>Mid: $51,480
    <br>Max: $154,440
Graphic by Kalani Gordon
In Maryland, workers are eligible for weekly compensation based on which body part was injured and the severity of the injury. Minor injuries (MIN) are bumps and bruises that do not require surgery. More serious injuries (MAX) are designated by an inability to work and disability.