After I pay your fee and expenses, how much in taxes do I have to pay in my workers' compensation settlement?

Posted by Bryan PritchettAug 15, 20220 Comments

Do I have to pay taxes on my Worker's Compensation income benefits? What about my settlement?

No, Worker's Compensation benefits are paid as a reduced amount of your average weekly wage prior to your accident. Based on that they are not considered taxable income for state or federal taxes. That also applies to the settlement in your Worker's Compensation case. The settlement documents in your workers' compensation claim are written in a way that makes it non-taxable for Social Security income as well.

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