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An employee who is receiving worker’s compensation benefits is not subjected to paying tax on the payments received nor can it be garnished to pay debts, unless it is for child support. If you became disabled and are collecting funds from your employer because you were injured on the job, your payments can only be reduced or terminated if the Labor Commission permits it. Some common reasons why the commission may allow a reduction or termination of worker’s temporary disability benefits include:
If you were receiving benefits for an injury you sustained at work and have recently learned that your benefits have been reduced without notice, consider consulting with a local Utah worker’s compensation lawyer to learn if legal action needs to be taken against your employer. Work-related injuries can be serious, even disabling. And the last thing you want to have to deal with is trying to understand why your benefits have been reduced or terminated.
Our featured worker’s compensation attorneys in Utah can speak on your behalf and help get to the bottom of the issue at hand.
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