Can someone go to school full time while on workers compensation or temporary disability for a back injury?
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There are five states with mandated temporary disability benefits: HI, CA, NJ, NY, and RI. The other 45 states also have temporary disability available to workers, but participation is voluntary - as long as the employer agrees to allow the employees to pay for the policies through payroll deduction.
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North Carolina short term disability benefits, refer to The North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act, Article 1 of Chapter 97 of the General Statutes. Benefits will depend on Employer and what insurance plans the Employee has enrolled in. For most accurate information check with your benefits advisor for application process and guidelines.
Merely being disabled does not qualify you for unemployment benefits. You have to be ready, willing, and ABLE to accept a full time work immediately, and if you were disabled, it would depend on the extent of your disability. If the disability were job related (injury, etc.) then you probably qualify for workers compensation.
In Georgia Workers' Compensation insurance falls under the Workers' Compensation Act which defines the responsibility of the employer to provide prompt medical and disability benefits for injuries sustained on the job by workers. This is insurance that the employer, certain employers, are required to have. This insurance covers the employees who have injuries that result in partial or total incapacity or death. In return, the employer is shielded from tort liability for these injuries. In…
That would probably depend on your employer. It should not however, reduce your WCI, benefit. Answer I'm not really sure why you would want to use your available vacation pay hours, if the carrier/adjuster is indeed paying you TTD (Temporary Total Disability) or PPD (Permanent Partial Disability)???? It's usually the other way around; people are fighting to NOT HAVE to use vacation pay or sick pay or some benefit other than temporary total disability, which…