If you are employed in a State with a valid Reverse Offset Plan, then your Workers' Compensation (WC) or Public Disability Benefit (PDB) may be reduced because of your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) - Title II benefit.
Your SSDI benefit will not be reduced because of WC or PDB payments as long as those benefits are paid under a specific Reverse Offset plan that is recognized by SSA as a valid plan;
A State that provides for the reduction of WC may "waive" that reduction in an individual case. In such cases your SSDI benefit still will not be reduced because of your WC payment.
If your State's Reverse Offset plan was revised after 2/18/81, SSA does not recognize any change made to the plan after that date. But, offset provisions that were in effect before 2/19/81 will still be recognized.
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