Workers' Compensation Income Benefits for New York & Pennsylvania Residents
New York and Pennsylvania Attorneys for Workers' Comp Cash Benefits
When you've been injured on the job, determining what types of workers' compensation benefits you're eligible for can be confusing. The lawyers at The Stanley Law Offices can help. Our attorneys have over 90 years of combined experience representing personal injury victims throughout New York state and Pennsylvania.
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Types of Income Benefits
Under workers' compensation, an injured worker may be eligible to receive income benefits as well as medical benefits. Depending on one's disability classification, there are several different types of workers' compensation cash benefits workers may be entitled to:
- Temporary Total Disability (TTD): If your doctor decides that you're totally disabled for a limited period of time, you may be eligible for temporary total disability benefits.
- Temporary Partial Disability (TPD): Similar to Temporary Total Disability, if it's been determined that you are partially disabled for a temporary period, you may be eligible for temporary partial disability benefits.
- Total Partial Disability (TPD): If you're working, but unable to earn as much as you did before your injury and likely to be able to earn the full amount in the future, you could be entitled to total partial disability benefits.
- Permanent Partial Disability (PPD): If part of your wage-earning capacity has been permanently lost, you may be eligible for permanent partial disability benefits. In New York, if you became disabled before March 13, 2007, cash benefits are generally payable for as long as you're disabled, and your disability results in wage loss. If you haven't lost wages as the result of your partial disability, only medical benefits are payable.
If you have questions about workers' compensation income benefits, the best way to get answers is to talk with an experienced lawyer. To schedule a free initial consultation with a workers' comp lawyer at The Stanley Law Offices, contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760. Se habla español.
With six office locations, including Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown, New York, as well as Montrose, Pennsylvania, The Stanley Law Offices offers convenient access to the legal help you depend on for the income benefits you need.