Yes, but not temporary income benefits. TIBs pay you while you are off work. Impairment Income Benefits pay you something for your permanent impairment once you reach maximum medical improvement. Once you get the impairment rating, those benefits can be paid even if you have returned to work. Regarding your situation, if your job offers to comply with your light duty restrictions and offers you work, then if you don't go to work, you won't get paid the TIBs you would otherwise be owed. If you have light duty restrictions and your job refuses to let you work light duty, then you would be owed TIBs. To protect yourself, your best bet is to go to work and work within your restrictions. If your employer makes you exceed your restrictions, you will need to discuss that with your doctor. If it continues, you may need to talk to an attorney.