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Workers’ Compensation – Average Weekly Wage – Temporary Job – Fifth Calculation Method (access required)

Denning v. N.C. Department of Agriculture After a deputy sheriff was injured while working at the State Fair, the Industrial Commission correctly determined that none of the first four methods of calculating his average weekly wage in G.S. § 97-2(5) would produce a fair result. The Commission did not err in applying the fifth method to arrive at an average weekly wage of $630, rather than the $5.89 set out in the Form 21. We affirm the Commission’s award of benefits.

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