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TTD payments and workers comp
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I'm in California. How is TTD payment amount determined if I'm receiving workers comp payments? For example, if I was injured in early 2012 and my pre-tax income in 2011 was $40,000 how would my payments for WC and TTD be determined?

Right now my WC is $500 a week, but I feel like my TTD is wrong, and possibly always has been. It was just reduced from $125 a week to $75 a week.
 
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#2
it's 2/3 of your average weekly wage subject to the maximum.
maximums are here
http://www.dir.ca.gov/dwc/WorkersCompens...nefits.htm

yup looks wrong.
you should have gotten a notice with you first check showing the calculation.
send them your w2"s from 2011 and ask for a recalculation.
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#3
I just talked to my claims admin and she told me that it's based on the amount I was earning at the time of injury. Since my (now former) employer has its own disability, not state, they pay 70% of earnings for TTD. Can that amount be reduced/offset by WC payments?
 
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#4
I am not aware of the conditions/provisions of your employment contract or any disability plan they have outside of workers comp.
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(06-05-2013, 05:22 PM)jennifernd Wrote: I'm in California. How is TTD payment amount determined if I'm receiving workers comp payments? For example, if I was injured in early 2012 and my pre-tax income in 2011 was $40,000 how would my payments for WC and TTD be determined?

Right now my WC is $500 a week, but I feel like my TTD is wrong, and possibly always has been. It was just reduced from $125 a week to $75 a week.
Should be 2/3rds of your wages
 
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#6
What's the difference between TTD and WC in terms of payments? In Alaska my payment was based on 80% of my wages.....period. I am confused. Are the calculations just figured that differently from state to state?
 
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#7
you should start your own thread

[TTD is workers comp.
yes each state has it's own comp laws.]
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