Tables of CALI's compensation for residual disability

This is a table of CALI's compensation for residual disability in Japan.

CALI for permanent disability

Grade

Residual disability requiring nursing care

Limit of Insurance
1st grade (1) Severe disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, requiring nursing care at all times.
(2) Severe disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, requiring nursing care at all times.

¥40,000,000

2nd grade (1) Severe disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, requiring nursing care as needed.
(2) Severe disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, requiring nursing care as needed.

¥30,000,000

Grade Residual Disability Limit of Insurance
1st Grade

(1)  Loss of sight of both eyes.
(2)  Loss of functions of both mastication and speech.
(3)  Loss of both upper limbs upwards of the elbow joint.
(4)  Total loss of the functions of both upper limbs.
(5)  Loss of both lower limbs upwards of the knee joint.
(6)  Total loss of the functions of both lower limbs.

¥30,000,000

2nd grade

(1)  Loss of sight of one eye and partial loss of vision of the other eye to 0.02 or less.
(2)  Partial loss of vision of both eyes to 0.02 or less.
(3)  Loss of both upper limbs upwards of the wrist joint.
(4)  Loss of both lower limbs upwards of the ankle joint.

¥25,900,000

3rd grade

(1)  Loss of sight of one eye and partial loss of vision of the other eye to 0.06 or less.
(2)  Loss of the functions of either mastication or speech.
(3)  Severe disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, causing inability to engage in work for the remainder
of the victim’s life.
(4)  Severe disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal
organs, causing inability to engage in work for the remainder of
the victim’s life.
(5)  Loss of all digits on both hands.

¥22,190,000

4th grade

(1) Partial loss of vision of both eyes to 0.06 or less.
(2) Severe disabilities in the functions of both mastication and speech

(3)  Total loss of hearing of both ears.
(4)  Loss of one upper limb upwards of the elbow joint.
(5)  Loss of one lower limb upwards of the knee joint.
(6)  Loss of the use of all digits on both hands.
(7)  Loss of both legs upwards of the Lisfranc’s joints.

¥18,890,000

5th grade

(1)  Loss of sight of one eye and partial loss of vision of the other eye to 0.1 or less.
(2)  Severe disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, causing inability to engage in anything but very light work.
(3)  Severe disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, causing inability to engage in anything but very light work.
(4)  Loss of one upper limb upwards of the wrist joint.
(5)  Loss of one lower limb upwards of the ankle joint.
(6)  Total loss of the use of one upper limb.
(7)  Total loss of the use of one lower limb.
(8)  Loss of all toes on both feet.

¥15,740,000

6th grade (1)  Loss of sight of one eye and partial loss of vision of the other eye to 0.6 or less.
(2)  Partial loss of hearing of both ears to such a degree of inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of 40 centimeters or more.
(3)  Total loss of hearing of one ear and partial loss of hearing of the other ear to such a degree of inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of 1 meter or more.
(4)  Disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, causing inability to engage in anything but light work.
(5)  Disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, causing inability to engage in anything but light work.
(6)  Loss of three digits including the thumb on one hand, or loss of four digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(7)  Loss of the use of five digits on one hand, or loss of the use of four digits including the thumb on one hand.
(8)  Loss of one leg upwards of the Lisfranc’s joints.
(9)  Pseudoarthrosis with a severe motor impediment of one upper 
limb. 

(10)  Pseudoarthrosis with a severe motor impediment of one lower 
limb.
(11)  Loss of the use of all toes on both feet.
(12)  Severe deformity of appearance.
(13)  Loss of both testicles. 

 
7th grade (1)  Loss of sight of one eye and partial loss of vision of the other eye to 0.6 or less.
(2)  Partial loss of hearing of both ears to such a degree of inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of 40 centimeters or more.
(3)  Total loss of hearing of one ear and partial loss of hearing of the other ear to such a degree of inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of 1 meter or more.
(4)  Disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality, causing inability to engage in anything but light work.
(5)  Disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, causing inability to engage in anything but light work.
(6)  Loss of three digits including the thumb on one hand, or loss of four digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(7)  Loss of the use of five digits on one hand, or loss of the use of four digits including the thumb on one hand.
(8)  Loss of one leg upwards of the Lisfranc’s joints.
(9)  Pseudoarthrosis with a severe motor impediment of one upper 
limb. 

(10)  Pseudoarthrosis with a severe motor impediment of one lower 
limb.
(11)  Loss of the use of all toes on both feet.
(12)  Severe deformity of appearance.
(13)  Loss of both testicles. 


¥10,510,000

8th grade (1) Loss of sight of one eye or partial loss of vision of one eye to 0.02 or less.
(2) Motor impediment of the spinal column.
(3) Loss of two digits including the thumb on one hand, or loss of
three digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(4) Loss of the use of three digits including the thumb on one hand,
or loss of the use of four digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(5) Shortening of one lower limb by five centimeters or more.
(6) Loss of the use of one of three major joints in one upper limb.
(7) Loss of the use of one of three major joints in one lower limb.
(8) Pseudoarthrosis in one upper limb.
(9) Pseudoarthrosis in one lower limb.
(10) Loss of all toes on one foot.

¥8,190,000

9th grade (1) Partial loss of vision of both eyes to 0.6 or less.
(2) Partial loss of vision of one eye to 0.06 or less.
(3) Hemianopsia, contraction of the visual field or distortion of the
visual field of both eyes.
(4) Severe loss of both eyelids.
(5) Loss of nose with severe disabilities in the functions thereof.
(6) Disabilities in the functions of both mastication and speech.
(7) Partial loss of hearing of both ears to such a degree of inability to
hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of one meter or more.
(8) Partial loss of hearing of one ear to such a degree of inability to hear a loud voice unless it is close to the ear, and partial loss of hearing of the other ear to such a degree of difficulty to hear a
normal speaking voice at a distance of one meter or more.
(9) Total loss of the hearing of one ear.
(10) Disabilities in the functions of the nervous system or in mentality,
causing inability to engage in anything but limited work to a
considerable extent.
(11) Disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs,
causing inability to engage in anything but limited work to a
considerable extent.
(12) Loss of the thumb on one hand, or loss of two digits other than
the thumb on one hand.
(13) Loss of the use of two digits including the thumb on one hand, or
loss of the use of three digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(14) Loss of two or more toes on one foot including big toe.
(15) Loss of the use of all toes on one foot.
(16) Considerable deformity of appearance.
(17) Severe disabilities of the genital organs.

¥6,160,000

10th grade (1) Partial loss of vision of one eye to 0.1 or less.
(2) Diplopia in the case of looking forward.
(3) Disabilities in the functions of either mastication or speech.
(4) Dental prostheses on fourteen teeth or more.
(5) Partial loss of hearing of both ears to such a degree of difficulty to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of one meter or more.
(6) Partial loss of hearing of one ear to such a degree of inability to hear a loud voice unless it is close to the ear.
(7) Loss of the use of the thumb on one hand, or loss of the use of two digits other than the thumb on one hand.
(8) Shortening of one lower limb by three centimeters or more.
(9) Loss of the big toe on one foot, or loss of four toes other than the
big toe on one foot.
(10) Severe disabilities in the functions of one of three major joints of one upper limb.
(11) Severe disabilities in the functions of one of three major joints of one lower limb.

¥4,610,000

11th grade (1) Severe disabilities in focusing or motor impediments of both eyeballs.
(2) Severe motor impediments of both eyelids.
(3) Severe residual loss of one eyelid.
(4) Dental prostheses on ten teeth or more.
(5) Partial loss of hearing of both ears to such a degree of inability to hear a small voice at a distance of one meter or more.
(6) Partial loss of hearing of one ear to such a degree of inability to hear a normal speaking voice at a distance of forty centimeters or more.
(7) Deformity of the spinal column.
(8) Loss of the index finger, the middle finger or the ring finger on one hand
(9) Loss of the use of two or more toes on one foot including big toe.
(10) Disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs, causing significant impairment to work performance

¥3,310,000

12th grade (1) Severe disabilities in the function of focusing or motor impediments of one eyeball.
(2) Severe motor impediments of one eyelid.
(3) Dental prostheses on seven teeth or more.
(4) Loss of major part of auricle of one ear.
(5) Severe deformity of the clavicle, sternum, ribs, scapula or pelvis.
(6) Disabilities in the functions of one of three major joints of one upper limb.
(7) Disabilities in the functions of one of three major joints of one lower limb.
(8) Deformity of a long pipe bone.
(9) Loss of the little finger on one hand.
(10) Loss of the use of the index finger, the middle finger or the ring finger on one hand.
(11) Loss of the second toe on one foot, loss of two toes including the second toe on one foot, or loss of all of the third to fifth toes on
one foot.
(12) Loss of the use of the big toe on one foot, or loss of the use of four toes other than the big toe on one foot.
(13) Obstinate nervous symptoms in affected parts.
(14) Deformity of appearance.

¥2,240,000

13th grade (1) Partial loss of vision of one eye to 0.6 or less.
(2) Diplopia except in the case of looking forward.
(3) Hemianopsia, contraction of the visual field, or distortion of the visual field of one eye.
(4) Loss of parts of eyelids or residual baldness of eyelashes of both eyes.
(5) Dental prostheses on five teeth or more.
(6) Loss of the use of the little finger on one hand.
(7) Loss of part of the bones of the thumb on one hand.
(8) Shortening of one lower limb by one centimeter or more.
(9) Loss of one or two of the third to fifth toes on one foot.
(10) Loss of the use of the second toe on one foot, loss of the use of two toes including the second toe on one foot, or loss of the use of all of the third to fifth toes on one foot.
(11) Disabilities in the functions of the thorax and abdominal organs.

¥1,390,000

14th grade (1) Loss of a part of one eyelid, or residual baldness of eyelashes of one eye.
(2) Dental prostheses on three teeth or more.
(3) Partial loss of hearing of one ear to such a degree of inability to hear a small voice at a distance of one meter or more.
(4) Palm-size ugly scar on the exposed part of one upper limb.
(5) Palm-size ugly scar on the exposed part of one lower limb.
(6) Loss of part of the bones of digit other than the thumb on one hand.
(7) Inability to bend and stretch the distal interphalangeal joint of
digit other than the thumb on one hand.
(8) Loss of the use of one or two of the third to fifth toes on one foot.
(9) Nervous symptoms in affected parts.

¥750,000

 
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