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    What are Supplemental Earnings Benefits (SEB)?

    Tuesday 2nd May 2017

    You are entitled to Supplemental Earnings Benefits (SEB) if your injuries prevent you from earning at least 90% of the pre-injury wages. Supplemental Earnings Benefits are paid weekly or monthly for a maximum of 520 weeks unless it is established that you can return to your pre-injury job or that you can earn at least 90% of your pre-injury wages.

    Please contact our lawyers to determine if you are entitled to Supplemental Earnings Benefits.

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