What happens if I have 2 jobs but I’m disabled from getting hurt at 1 of them?
In Connecticut, if you are hurt while working, then workers’ compensation laws apply and you become eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. If you had a second job at the same time, this is known as concurrent employment.
The rule is that if your injury at job #1 has you disabled from working both of your jobs, then your weekly workers’ compensation wage benefit takes into account your earnings from BOTH of your jobs.
Of course, you should have an experienced workers’ compensation attorney representing you in order to ensure that this is done correctly and that you are receiving the correct weekly benefit.