Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit is a benefit for people who have become ill or disabled either as a result of an accident at work (industrial accident) or a prescribed disease. Click the link to see the Prescribed Diseases List. This link takes you to the DWP Website. This scheme does not cover certain groups of people, e.g. if you are self employed, a member of the Armed Forces or some trainees.
The amount you receive is dependent on your individual circumstances. The level of your disability will affect the amount of benefit you may receive. You will be assessed by a 'medical advisor' on a scale of 1-100%. Normally you must be assessed as 14% disabled or more to be able to get the benefit.
HOW MUCH DO YOU GET?
Percentages and amounts
- 20% - £34.96
- 30% - £52.44
- 40% - £69.22
- 50% - £87.40
- 60% - £104.88
- 70% - £122.36
- 80% - £139.84
- 90% - £157.32
- 100% - £174.80
Note: Lower rates apply to under -18s without dependants
HOW DO YOU CLAIM IIDB?
You should claim IIDB's from your regional IIDB Delivery Centre - Tel: 0345 758 5433 (Yorkshire & Humber) or go to www.gov.uk to download a claim form.
You should get form BI100A for an accident; BI00PD for any of the prescribed industrial diseases.
Whilst all the information given in this document was correct at the time of going to press, DIAL Doncaster cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.