39-51-2306. Disqualification because of receipt of certain other wages, compensation, or benefits. (1) An individual is disqualified for benefits for any week with respect to which the individual receives payment for the week or part of the week in the form of:
(a) compensation for disability under the workers' compensation law or the occupational disease law of this or any other state or under a similar law of the United States. However, when an injured claimant ceases to draw compensation benefits and returns to the labor market, the claimant is entitled to receive unemployment compensation benefits under this chapter if the claimant is otherwise qualified. Compensation received as a payment for a permanent partial disability may not be computed to be spread over a period of weeks in advance so as to bar the recipient from receiving unemployment compensation benefits under this chapter if the recipient has returned to the labor market and is otherwise qualified.
(b) benefits under the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, 45 U.S.C. 351, et seq., or any state unemployment compensation act or similar laws of any state or of the United States. This disqualification does not apply to any week with respect to which an individual receives benefits under an unemployment compensation law of another state or of the United States if the benefits are paid pursuant to 39-51-504.
(2) If an individual receives wages, compensation, or benefits as set forth in subsection (1) after payment of unemployment benefits with respect to the same week for which unemployment benefits were received, the individual shall repay the unemployment benefits, and the department may collect the unemployment benefits in the same manner as provided for collection of benefits under 39-51-3206.