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Permanent Disability Subsidy


An employee or self-employed worker who has not participated in labor occupational accident insurance in accordance with Article 7, Subparagraph 1 of Paragraph 1 of Article 9, and Paragraph 1 of Article 10 of the Labor Occupational Accident Insurance and Protection Act and has suffered an occupational injury or disease resulting in disability, if the disability level is within the level 1 to level 10 as listed in the attached table of Article 3 of the Labor Insurance Disability Benefit Payment Standards and is unable to claim the insurance benefits provided for in this Act, an application may be filed with the insurer to seek permanent disability subsidy.

Benefit Standard:

The disability subsidy shall be paid in one lump sum based on the first level of the insured salary category chart of the Labor Occupational Accident Insurance at the time of diagnosis of disability, divided by thirty. The number of days paid shall be determined according to the disability level of the Labor Insurance Disability Benefit Payment Standards. The highest disability level is the first level with the highest lump-sum disability benefits of 1,800 days and the lowest level is the tenth level with the lowest lump-sum disability benefits of 330 days.

Documents Required:

  1. Uninsured Workers Occupational Accident Permanent Disability Subsidy Application and Payment Receipt
  2. The diagnosis certificate of disability for labor occupational accident insurance. For those who have undergone a medical examination, the examination report and related images should be attached.
  3. The name of the entity engaged in labor or employment, the name and address of the employer, the nature and content of the work, and information related to proof of occupational hazards.
  4. For those who suffer from occupational diseases shall submit a certificate of diagnosis for occupational diseases and an occupational history report containing the nature, content, duration and exposure to what kind of operating environment or harmful substances. (The occupational job history report may be exempted if the details of the report have been included in the certificate of diagnosis for occupational disease.)
Last Update:2022-10-17