THIS SECTION WAS AMENDED BY ACT 2014-335 IN THE 2014 REGULAR SESSION, EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2014. TO SEE THE AMENDED VERSION, SEE THE VERSION LABELED PENDING.
(a) Compensation for work loss, replacement services loss, dependent's economic loss, and dependent's replacement services loss may not exceed four hundred dollars ($400) per week.
(b) Compensation payable to a victim and to all other claimants sustaining economic loss because of injury to or death of that victim may not exceed fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) in the aggregate.
(c) The commission may provide for the payment to a claimant in a lump sum or in installments. At the request of the claimant, the commission may convert future economic loss, other than allowable expense, to a lump sum, but only upon a finding by the commission of either of the following:
(1) That the award in a lump sum will promote the interests of the claimant; or
(2) That the present value of all future economic loss, other than allowable expense, does not exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000).
(d) An award payable in installments for future economic loss may be made only for a period as to which the commission can reasonably determine future economic loss. An award payable in installments for future economic loss may be modified by the commission upon its findings that a material and substantial change of circumstances has occurred.
(e) An award shall not be subject to state or municipal taxation or to execution, attachment, or garnishment, except as the same may pertain to an obligation for the support of dependent children or as the same may pertain to a creditor which has provided products, services, or accommodations, the costs of which are included in the award.
(f) An assignment by the claimant to any future award under the provisions of this article is unenforceable, except any of the following assignments:
(1) An assignment of any award for work loss to assure payment of court-ordered child support.
(2) An assignment of any award for an allowable expense to the extent that the benefits are for the cost of products, services, or accommodations necessitated by the injury or death on which the claim is based and are provided or to be provided by the assignee.