You can receive partial disability benefits if you are able to return to work, but your injury causes you to earn less than you were making originally. Benefits for partial disability are “75% of the difference between your spendable base wage before you were injured and your earning capacity after your injury.” Generally, you can receive these benefits for up to 312 weeks. Once you reach maximum medical improvement (MMI), your benefits may be reduced to “70% of the difference in your earnings.”

Why You Need a Workers’ Compensation Attorney In Rhode Island

If you’ve suffered an injury at work, the legal team at Kirshenbaum & Kirshenbaum can help you get the compensation you are owed—and we only collect payment after your benefits are approved. 


Robyn K. Factor
Helping Rhode Island personal injury and work injury clients get the results they deserve since 1994.