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My wife is an Educational Assistant. She is considered a 10 month employee, being laid off at the end of the school year and brought back in September. She has worked full time for 19 years. A couple of years ago she was attacked and badly beaten by a student, she was having some difficulty returning to work and was diagnosed with PTSD. The school board gave her an accommodation, moving her to a different school and a non violent student. This lasted for over a year, when her assignment was changed to a different student. This student turned out to be violent and her symptoms returned with a vengeance. She was put off work by our family doctor and by a psychiatrist. She is now on short term disability at 90% pay from the school board. The question; will she be laid off like normal at the end of the school year? If so, will she be able to draw EI?
I currently have a shoulder disability which has been locked in and considered a non economic loss (nel). I am now off work due to medical illness and fighting for long term. Would my nel impact my longterm?
I am on long term disability. I work 3 days a week and get paid for the other 2 days I'm off by manulife. I have a job opportunity that I do the same work as I do now. Can I quit and take the other job without any problems if my doctor clears me to work full time
Hi I worked for a produce company for 31years and have degerative disc desease and lumbar stenosis in my back and neck, so I tried to get LTD disability but it was denied, I also worked part time, seasonal for the city of York just driving around and taking pictures of the streets to make sure the plow trucks were doing a good clean job, now that the part time job has ended am I able to collect EI insurance for the part time job assuming I have enough hours or will that effect my Lawsiut for my LTD disability claim, it us a totally different job description and different company as well , please let me know if you are able to answer this question for me.