- Permanent Partial Disability Benefits Through Workers' Compensation
- Permanent Partial Disability in Workers' Comp Claims
- What Does Workers Compensation Provide For?
- How Are Permanent Partial Disability Benefits Calculated?
- Permanent Disability Advance: The Benefits and Costs
- Appealing a Denial of Permanent Partial Disability Benefits (Workers' Comp)
- Permanent Total Disability and Life Pension Benefits (Workers' Comp)
- Understanding the Permanent Disability Rating System
- How Much Do You Receive Weekly for Workers' Compensation?
- When Do Workers' Comp Benefits Start?
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If you are injured on the job and qualify for workers' comp benefits, you should receive medical treatment, payments for time off work while you recover, a compensation payment for any permanent disability you incurred as a result of your injury, and job retraining if you're unable to return to your old job.
All states require workers' comp insurance companies to pay reasonably sufficient temporary disability payment while you're temporarily off work, but the states vary widely in how much compensation they require for employees who suffer permanent impairments from their injuries.