The attorney's fee is typically limited to 20 percent of the compensation recovered.
The fee is further capped at to 20 percent of 364 weeks of the maximum TTD benefit,
unless a hearing is held and the Commission approves additional fees.
In cases where the employer made a written offer to the employer, the attorney may
only charge a fee based upon the amount recovered that is in excess of the initial
offer. In these cases, the attorney may charge more than the 20 percent.