Supplemental Disability Benefits

January 16th, 2014

If you have more than one job at the time you suffer an on-the-job injury,  you may be eligible for supplemental disability benefits.  If you are off work and losing money from both your jobs, you are entitled to be compensated for lost wages from both jobs.   You must let the insurer know at the time you file your claim that you have more than one job/employer.  It is the injured worker’s responsibility to provide the wage information needed in order for the insurer to calculate your benefits. The Workers’ Compensation Board recently said that a worker with a summer job, who was injured before the job started that year, was eligible for supplemental disability benefits because the worker had a continuing relationship with the summer employer  during the summer season.  An experienced attorney can help ensure that you receive all the benefits due on your injury claim.

If you have questions or need help with your on-the-job injury claim, please contact the law office of Philip H. Garrow at 541-382-3736 for a free consultation.


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