The disability benefits provider who is trusted will have to provide a list of approved rehabilitation facilities to be used during the period of benefit application.

About temporary total disability:

If you were temporarily unable to work at least 40 hours in last five months due to an injury, illness, you may qualify for temporary total disability. You can't work for more than 20 hours per week.

-No income income -Disability check -Permanent partial disability pay -No increase in cost of living allowance -Employer offer Part B cover after returning to work

Pros of temporary total disability:

Temporary total disability typically involves periods of work-capability assessment, a rehabilitation period, and return to work, but these situations can be stressful and lengthy in many instances.

-Minimum appeals period is of one year -No filing for the SSDI -No award of the attorney fees -No reassessment of the condition -No minimum earnings requirement

Pros of temporary total disability:

In temporary total disability you may have some freedom. If you need to move away for a job, you can take time off without jeopardizing your disability benefits. Ability to work might get you hired.

-No income, no earnings -Application for Social Security is required -Must reapply yearly or benefits loss -Must provide copies of social security card, etc. yearly

Cons of temporary total disability:

In temporary total disability you can't work. Criteria for temporary total disability generally require an individual to be bedridden or unable to walk. Income is limited and so it will be difficult.