Home from work due to a serious injury? Make sure you get your due TTD benefits.
In Nebraska, workers’ compensation law entitles you to 2/3 of your average wages when you are off work because of an injury. This average is based on your wages the 26 weeks before you were injured. This is known as temporary total disability (TTD).
How TTD Works:
If you are an injured at work, you are entitled to TTD so long as you are under a doctor’s care, that doctor has you on work restrictions preventing you from working, and your doctor has not placed you at maximum healing for your injury.
While off work for your injury, make sure you are getting the proper amount of money you are entitled to. Employers use many techniques to manipulate your wages to pay you less than you are legally entitled to.
Improper ways your Employer “miscalculates” your average wages to pay you less:
Including weeks you worked minimal hours, short weeks, or weeks you were on vacation to bring down your average wages;
Not including tips in your wages;
Not including commission or bonus incentives in your wages;
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