The short answer to this question is “Yes, you can get temporary total disability.” TTD stands for Temporary Total Disability (TTD). This category means an injury that resulted in a non-permanent disability. The maximum amount of time for a TTD is 450 weeks and the compensation is 66 and two-thirds percent of the worker’s gross average weekly wage.
There is a seven-day waiting period before benefits kick in, and when a worker has been off work for over 14 days, they receive benefits even for the first seven days. The state average weekly wage in 2021 was $614. This rate increases every year.