Work Injury Return to Work Supplement Program.
California Labor Code Section 139.48 implemented through Senate Bill 863 created a $120 Million fund for a Supplement Program called Return to Work (RTW). The RTW fund provides aid for workers who need retraining to return to the workforce to a meaningful profession or trade. In addition to receiving the $6,000.00 Supplemental Job Displacement Voucher (SJDV), eligible injured workers for the SJDV may be eligible to receive an additional $5,000.00 payment from the fund. The money is meant to be used as supplemental income while the California injured employee completes an eligible retraining program with their SJDV. The legal professionals at Napolin Law are well-trained to assist you through the work injury return to work supplement program process. So, call Napolin Law today for help with your work injury claim.
How to Apply for Return to Work Supplement Program
There are many companies that provide help to use the Supplemental Job Displacement Voucher. Because of this, these state-licensed companies charge up to 10% off the top of the $6,000.00 SJDV for their services.
In order to apply, you must submit an application. Forms can be found at the DIR website. You should also be ready to submit the application for payment on your own even if you have an attorney.
The application process requires you to have access to a computer, scanner and a printer. It is helpful to have access to these resources. State-licensed companies can provide assistance. Or, you can use the resources at the WCAB district offices.
Rejection of the RTW Application
Rejected RTW applications can be an appealed to the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.
So, injured workers need help with the return to work program. Napolin Law can provide that help. Call 1+844-984-4878 for a Free Consultation with no obligation.
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