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Amount of Disabled Worker's Benefit
503.1 How is the amount of your disabled worker's benefit computed?
Your disabled worker's benefit rate is generally equal to the primary insurance amount. For an explanation of how to figure the disabled worker's benefit amount and regular, reduced, and total family benefits, see Chapter 7.
503.2 When is your benefit rate less?
Your actual disabled worker's benefit rate may be less than the primary insurance amount if any of the conditions below are met:
A reduction becomes necessary because you receive workers' compensation and/or a public disability benefit based on your work relationship paid under a Federal, State, or local public law or plan (see §504); or
You become entitled to disabled worker's benefits after a reduced widow(er)'s or retirement insurance benefit (see §724).
Last Revised: March, 2001
- Amount of Retirement Insurance Benefit
- Amount of Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefit
- Spouse's Insurance Benefit
- Reduction To Offset Workers' Compensation
- Amount of Father's or Mother's Insurance Benefit
- Amount of Parent's Insurance Benefit
- Amount of Child's Insurance Benefit
- Basic Reduction Formulas
- Reduction of Benefit Rate
- When can you receive widow(er)'s benefits based on disability?
- When do father's or mother's insurance benefits end?
- Child in Care Requirement
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