Definitions for "Temporary Total Disability Benefits"
TTD is the condition of being medically incapacitated from doing work because of a work injury. TTD benefits are paid to an individual who is unable to work due to a work-related injury. The amount is calculated at 2/3rds of the average weekly wage up to a maximum amount established by the Labor Code.
Wage replacement benefits paid to an employee with a compensable work-related injury or occupational disease during that employee's period of Temporary Total Disablity.
Payments you get if you cannot work at all while recovering.