TEMPORARY DISABILITY INSURANCE
Same as UI for agricultural and nonagricultural workers up to $59 weekly benefit amount.
No benefit year; maximum benefit limited in terms of any 52 consecutive weeks.
First 4 of last 5 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding 1st day of disability.
Differs from UI.
Individual, beginning with valid claim for First 4 of last 5 completed calendar
quarters immediately preceding
benefit year or last 4 completed quarters if individual fails to meet qualifying wage requirement.
QUALIFYING WAGES OR EMPLOYMENT
Qualifying wage or employment Flat $300.
14 weeks employment with at least 20 hours in each week and wages of $400 during the 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding 1st day of disability.
14 weeks employment with at least 20 hours in each week and wages of $400 during the 4 completed calendar quarters immediately preceding 1st day of disability
Employed & Unemployed Workers Employed Workers Unemployed Workers
20 weeks of employment at 20 times the minimum wage during the base year or 1000 times the minimum wage during the base year
4 or more consecutive weeks of covered employment for 1 employer (or 25 days regular part-time employment) prior to commencement of disability. 2 categories of unemployed workers (1) earned qualifying wages for UI; Or averaged at last $30 a week in 15 weeks in last 52-week period and in 40 weeks in last 104-wek period or (2) not eligible under (1) but earned $13 in covered employment in each of 20 weeks within 30 weeks preceding last day worked in covered employment. Flat $150 in base period 200 x minimum hourly wage in 1 quarter and base period wages of 1-1/12 x high quarter, (base period wages must be at least 400 x minimum hourly wage or 400 x minimum hourly wage.