- You qualify if you are totally and permanently unable to do any kind of work as a result of a work-related injury or illness. You do not have to exhaust your temporary benefits before applying for permanent benefits.
What Are The Benefits?
- You will get two-thirds of your average weekly wage (or a minimum of 20% of the SAWW) based on the 52 weeks prior to your injury, up to a maximum of the SAWW. You are also entitled to annual Cost-Of-Living Adjustments (COLA).
For How Long?
- You can receive benefits for as long as you are disabled.
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