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Where else can I look for income benefits after suffering an injury at work?

If your employer believes you were not injured at work or you did not suffer a serious injury, they may determine that you do not have a right to receive temporary total benefits. However, you may contact the Temporary Disability Bureau (TDB). The TDB benefits start on the eighth consecutive day and continue for a maximum of 26 months.

In order to qualify for the benefits, the employee is required to be treating with a physician, who is not required to be an authorized physician. In addition, the physician must mandate that the employee be absent from work.

Upon the decision of the doctor to have the employee return to work, there will be a cessation of benefits. If it is possible that your injury will prevent you from returning to work after 26 months have elapsed, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability.

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