Re: Maximum TTD Benefits in North Dakota
For permanent total disability and temporary total disability, the percentage of the worker's wage that will be paid is sixty-six and two-thirds percent. For permanent partial disability no percentage is specified, but the weekly payment is $209, and may continue for up to 1,500 weeks. If the loss is to the employee's primary use hand or arm, benefits are increased by 25%. And benefits for temporary total disability and permanent partial disability may be drawn at the same time.
The minimum weekly payment for temporary total disability and permanent total disability is $376 and the maximum payment is $689. The payments last the duration of the disability, or until the employee is 65 years old and eligible for Social Security benefits.
An extra $10 per week is paid for each dependent child, with the total of all benefits not to exceed the employee's net wage. For employee's also drawing SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) benefits, the worker's compensation benefits will be reduced by 50%.
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