Temporary Partial Disability. A wage replacement benefit that may be paid when you return to work but at less than full earnings. Sometimes referred to as Wage Loss.
Temporary Partial Disability: checks for 66% of your earnings loss
Total and Permanent Disability
Total and Permanent Disablement. It generally means being so incapacitated by illness or injury that you are prevented from ever engaging in your own occupation or any other occupation for which you are reasonably suited by education, training or experience
Temporary Partial Disability. The injured workers is only able to do some type of limited work for a short period of time and that further recovery is expected.
Temporary Partial Disability. TPD benefits are payable when an injured employee is able to work despite their injury. The benefits are available only for a limited period of time, in recognition of the fact that the employee will recover fully enough in the future that they will be able to resume employment without a wage loss.
Temporary Partial Disability. The wage earning capacity is lost only partially, and on a temporary basis.
Temporary Partial Disability. A disability that temporarily prevents an injured worker from performing his/her normal job duties. The injured worker has some capability to work but with changed duties or with reduced hours.
Temporary Partial Disability. workersâ€™ compensation benefits are payable to an injured employee who returns to work after an injury at a lesser paying job due to the injury. TPD benefits are paid until the injured workersâ€™ income increases or until maximum medical improvement.
Section 30 of the Act allows the payment of partial wage loss benefits when you are recovering, that is, you can do some work but are unable to return to your regular job full time. These benefits can be provided to top-up lost daily wages.