Temporary disability pays two-thirds of the gross (pre-tax) wages you lose while you are recovering from a job injury. However, you cannot receive more than the maximum weekly amount set by law. If your date of injury is in 2016 and your gross wages before injury were more than $1,692.65 per week, your TTD payments are the maximum: $1,128.43 per week.
As far as your offer, “The offer must be for a job that you are able to perform. In addition, the job must:
• Pay at least 85 percent of the wages and benefits that you were paid at the time of injury • Meet the work restrictions in the doctor’s report
• Last at least 12 months
• Be within a reasonable commuting distance of where you lived at the time of injury.
The offer could involve one of the following:
• Modified work. This is your old job with changes that meet the doctor’s work restrictions. Examples: Changing certain tasks, reducing time on certain tasks, changing the workstation, providing helpful equipment, changing the work location.
• Alternative work. This is work that is different from your old job and meets the doctor’s work restrictions. If your employer offers you work that meets all of the requirements described above: • You have only 30 days to accept the offer. If you don’t respond within 30 days, your employer could withdraw the offer.
• The claims administrator won’t be required to offer you a supplemental job displacement benefit. This is true whether or not you accept the offer.”
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