Unemployment presumes you are released back to work. You're released back to work?
EDD gets reports from Franchise Tax Board about reported TAXABLE earnings, and bases its 'award' of UI benefits based on TAXABLE earnings reported by an employer...so NO, EDD will refuse to recognize your TTD payments as taxable income.
if you are NOT YET released to work and the employer is not providing modified work, what about the other side of EDD, State Disability Insurance??
Sadly, when Gov 'Ahhhhnold' fixed workers compensation, his 'experts' left this loophole where people are not working and have zero income and the insurer has no obligation to pay. and your Assembly and State Senate thought that was just fine.Ask a similar question
Yes. CALL your Attorney about your stream of benefit income, and ask what he recommends. There are a couple answers, but they depend on your particular facts.
I represent Employers, but I can recommend Worker Attorneys in So Cal if you ask.Ask a similar question
I agree with Mr. Corson. Call your attorney. There are some things you can do to minimize any offset. Your attorney can advise you.
Don't have an attorney? Time to get one. Find a good one here at www.avvo.com or at www.caaa.org. CAAA is the association for attorneys here in CA who represent injured workers.Ask a similar question
Consult a workers' comp. attorney if you don't have one immediately about this issue. There will likely be calculations at issue, so make sure that you have legal help so that you don't try to do this alone. Good luck.
Any post of discussion above is general in nature and is not intended to and should not be construed as legal advice. Furthermore, the above posting does not create or establish any attorney-client relationship. Contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your legal options. [John D. Wu is licensed to practice law before all California federal and state courts]Ask a similar question