Temporary Disability Rate DROP!

New Jersey’s maximum temporary disability rate dropped for 2011 to $792 per week. That means that any worker making more than $1,131 per week (gross) is capped at this maximum temporary disability wage compensation.
This is a drop of two dollars ($2) from last year’s maximum rate ($794).
Despite this drop, New Jersey’s Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau (NJ CRIB) announced a 1% rate hike. CRIB blames the 1% increase in rate on rising medical costs as a component of workers’ compensation premiums.

Greg Lois is the managing partner of LOIS LLC and dedicates his practice to defending employers and carriers in New York and New Jersey workers' compensation claims. Greg is the author of a popular series of "Handbooks" on workers' compensation, and is the co-author of the 2016-2019 Lexis-Nexis New Jersey Workers' Compensation Practice Guide. Greg can be reached at 201-880-7213 or glois@loisllc.com