What If I Have Returned To Work Light-duty Because Of My Disability, But I Am Making Less Money?

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If you have returned to work and are making less money than your wage at the time of the accident because of your injuries, you may have a reduced earnings claim. Injured workers who have an ongoing disability but return to some work at reduced earnings should be entitled to receive two-thirds the difference between the wage at the time of the accident and current earnings.

Terry Katz, Esq.

Founder of Terry Katz & Associates, a Long Island law firm specializing in workers’ compensation and social security disability for over twenty-five years.

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