There are a number of reasons why your benefits may be reduced or stopped.

For example, if — after you begin to receive benefits — your employer has evidence to prove that employment is available to you, within your medical restrictions and in your local area, you may receive an offer of employment.  If you decline, your employer may petition a workers’ compensation judge to either reduce or stop your wage-loss payments.

You must cooperate with the workers’ compensation insurance carrier in any investigation, including inquiries about your employment, self-employment, wages, or your physical condition.