What percentage of my economic losses will be covered by accident benefits?
Recovery of lost income and loss of earning ability is limited to 80 percent of your net income loss, beginning 7 days after the accident until trial. After the trial date, recovery will be based on 100 percent of your gross income loss and loss of earning capacity. Amounts received in the form of accident benefits or benefits from other sources, such as workplace disability plans, will be subtracted from any such awards or settlements.
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