Absolutely. Remember that the income from the job you continue to work is a set-off against any benefit that is owed by your other job. This is called concurrent employment. If the employer where you were hurt knew about the other job and you could not work at either job, you would have to be paid for BOTH jobs. I strongly suggest that you consult a local WC attorney.
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Possibly, depending on how much your non-injury job pays.
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Just don't "violate" your restrictions when working the "other" job.
If you can't stand for more than 2 hours on job 1 then you better
not get caught standing for 8 hours at job 2. As the other attorneys
stated there will be "charge-offs" from one job to the other. Good luck!
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