§ 4 Mr. Tom Brown
asked the Minister of National Insurance (1) the number of applications received under the Workmen's Compensation Scheme, 1951, from 8th July, 1951, to 31st March, 1952, setting out the number of total incapacity cases, the number of partial incapacity cases, the number of claims disallowed, and the total amount of compensation paid out to these cases, respectively;
(2) the number of deaths during the period from 8th July, 1951, to 31st March, 1952, of men who were in receipt of either full or partial compensation under the Workmen's Compensation Scheme, 1951;
(3) the number of claims under the Workmen's Compensation Scheme, 1951, which were undecided at 31st March, 1952.
§ Following is the information:
|WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION (SUPPLEMENTATION'.SCHEME, 1951|
|Period from 8th July, 1951, to 26th April, 1952|
|Total Incapacity||Partial Incapacity||Total|
|Deaths of recipients||106|
§ The number of cases awaiting decision on 26th April was 157.
§ The latest readily available figure for the amount of compensation is for the last week of December when approximately £300 was paid for persons totally incapacitated and £2.200 for persons partially incapacitated.