Calculating Wage Loss Benefits And Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Can Be Complex
Minnesota’s workers’ compensation benefits are complex to navigate with specific payment schedules that correlate with different types of injuries. This makes it difficult for the average person to know what level of compensation is right for his or her injury.
More than anything, our clients at Lindberg McLaughlin, P.C., just want to recover from their injuries and return to life as they knew it before their accident. We provide skillful guidance through the workers’ compensation claims process to help them obtain the financial assistance that is crucial to their success.
If you have been injured at work, we will be here to uphold your rights and address your needs through every stage of the claims process. Call our Sauk Rapids office at 800-707-8672. We work with clients in St. Cloud as well as statewide.
Workers’ Comp Pay Exists For When You Cannot Work
Workers’ compensation insurance benefits cover medical care for treatment of workplace injuries as well as lost wages from being unable to work. The monetary benefits an injured worker receives are determined by the unique nature of the injury and his or her ability to return to work.
Temporary total disability (TTD) is a form of workers’ compensation benefits paid when an injured worker is completely unable to work because of his or her injury. TTD compensation is approximately two-thirds of the worker’s weekly wages at the time of injury, and payments are typically made on a weekly basis, starting 14 days after the employer is initially notified of the disability. After this initial waiting period, payments continue at the same interval as the injured worker’s typical wage payments were made.
Every case is different and there are variations to these rules depending on where wage calculations fall according to the minimum and maximum values outlined in the TTD statute. It is important to work with a lawyer who will handle your case directly and address your specific workers’ comp pay needs.
Contact A Workers’ Compensation Attorney
To learn more about workers’ compensation benefits and how we can help, schedule a free initial consultation with our firm. Our attorney have advocated for injured people for more than 30 years and can provide a stable force for maximum compensation in your case.
We are located in central Minnesota. Reach our office in Sauk Rapids online or by telephone at 800-707-8672 for more information.