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Indiana Code Title 22. Labor and Safety § 22-3-3-25

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Sec. 25. (a) In unusual cases, upon the agreement of the employer and the employee or his dependents, and the insurance carrier, and the approval of the worker's compensation board, compensation may be redeemed, in whole or in part, by the cash payment, in a lump sum, of the commutable value of the installments to be redeemed.

(b) The board may, at any time, in the case of permanently disabling injuries of a minor, require that he be compensated by the cash payment in a lump sum of the commutable value of the unredeemed installments of the compensation to which he is entitled.

(c) In all such cases, the commutable value of the future unpaid installments of compensation shall be the present value thereof, at the rate of three percent (3%) interest, compounded annually.

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