1 Workers Compensation Act CHAPTER 10 OF THE ACTS OF as amended by 1999, c. 1; 2000, c. 4, s. 93; 2001, c. 6, s. 127; 2002, c. 5, ss ; 2002, c. 41; 2003, c. 5; 2005, c. 31; 2012, c. 65; 2013, c Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Nova Scotia Published by Authority of the Speaker of the House of Assembly Halifax
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3 CHAPTER 10 OF THE ACTS OF amended 1999, c. 1; 2000, c. 4, s. 93; 2001, c. 6, s. 127; 2002, c. 5, ss ; 2002, c. 41; 2003, c. 5; 2005, c. 31; 2012, c. 65; 2013, c. 12 An Act to Reform the Law Respecting Compensation for Workers Table of Contents (The table of contents is not part of the statute) Section Short title... 1 Interpretation... 2 PART I Workers Compensation Scope Application of Part I... 3 Power to extend application of Part... 4 Application of Part to volunteer fire department... 5 Application of Part to students... 6 Application to municipality... 7 Temporary hiring... 8 Deemed worker... 9 Eligibility Payment of compensation Interpretation... 10A Exclusions... 10B Interpretation of Sections 10D and 10E... 10C Substituted benefit... 10D Permanent-impairment benefit... 10E Finality of decision... 10F Entitlement to medical aid... 10G Regulations... 10H Effective date of benefits... 10I Presumption re coal miners Compensation for occupational disease Silicosis or pneumoconiosis Time limit for submitting claim Compensation for exposure to radiation Payments subject to agreements Medical examination for occupational disease Apportionment of cost of claim Residency and Election to Claim Residency rules Accident during absence from Province Application by employer to be assessed Accident during temporary absence Compensation where entitlement outside Province Accident outside Province in transportation industry Assessment of employer... 25
4 2 workers compensation , c. 10 Liability of employer where earnings not reported Election to claim compensation Third Party Claims and Subrogation Compensation as exclusive right Determination whether right of action is barred Claims against other persons Application of money recovered Right of action in another jurisdiction Bar to third party proceedings Permanent-Impairment Benefit Permanent-impairment benefit Compensation for coal miners Presumption respecting firefighter... 35A Presumption where 100% impairment Earnings Replacement Benefits Earnings-replacement benefit Loss of Earnings Calculation of loss of earnings Calculation of net average earnings Relevant times Average Earnings Maximum gross annual earnings Gross average earnings Earnings where impracticable to compute Earnings where concurrent contracts of employment Earnings where worker is a learner Earnings where worker is young Allocation of cost of additional earnings Maximum compensation Annuity Annuity for worker General Annuity Provisions Application of annuity provisions Payment and term of annuity Annuity not deducted from other compensation Payment into fund or plan Annuity is an addition to other benefits Payment where worker dies before annuity payable Payment where worker dies after annuity payable Payment of annuity into Accident Fund Survivor Benefits Interpretation of Sections 60 to Survivor benefits Certain dependant spouses... 60A Payment where no spouse Additional payment to dependent child Limitation on survivor pension Duration of dependent child benefit Apportionment of compensation among dependants Annuity for surviving spouse Limit on number of benefits... 67
5 , c. 10 workers compensation 3 Autopsies Indexing consumer price index defined Calculation of indexing factor Review of Compensation Review of permanent-impairment benefit Review of temporary earnings-replacement benefit Review of extended earnings-replacement benefit Effect of certain losses of earnings... 73A Payment of Compensation Payment of compensation Computation and payment of benefit Effect of payment from employer Exemptions from general law and set-offs Power to suspend, withhold or re-direct Payment where worker dies Withholding of compensation Board may deny or reduce compensation Duties of Workers Filing of claim Notice of accident or injury Duty to mitigate and co-operate Medical examination Duties of Employer Notice to Board of accident and further reports No agreement to waive compensation Prohibitions on employer conduct Re-employment Application and interpretation of Sections 90 to Duty to re-employ Duty to accommodate Duration of duty Employer not bound where offer refused Presumption of non-compliance Determination by Board Determination by Board Duty of employer on receiving notice Duty of employer on receiving notice Reinstatement or penalty Effect of Sections 89 to Failure to re-employ not ground for compensation Medical Aid Medical aid Personal care allowance Exclusive jurisdiction of Board Schedule of fees or charges Time limit for submitting account Employer to furnish transportation Board to be charged for medical aid Board to be provided with information Hospital to report death of worker Board may pay for surgical procedure
6 4 workers compensation , c. 10 Rehabilitation Board may take measures to assist worker Duty of worker to co-operate Accident Fund and Assessments Accident Fund established Annual assessment on employers annual operating deficit Application of Section No rights for former employer Separate accounts Employers divided into classes Amounts of assessment Adjustment of funds, reserves and accounts Notice of assessment Method of calculating assessments Procedure for collection of assessments General or special assessments Employer to provide information Adjustment of assessment Records required to be kept by employer Board may deem amount of payroll Person to provide information to Board Assessor to provide information Municipality to provide information Self-insured employers Rating Review Commission...134A Functions of Commission...134B Liability for Assessments Employer required to pay assessment Liability of corporate directors Liability of assessable employer Liability of successor employer Payment of assessment by temporary employer Contractor and principal liable for assessment Liability of subcontractor Board may deem workers Holdbacks and set-offs Assessment paid by municipality or commission Unpaid assessment bears compound interest Collection of Assessments Certificate Lien on real or personal property Liability for amount of lien and recovery Injunction where employer in default Priority under other Acts Governance Workers Compensation Board continued Terms of office Remuneration and expenses Procedure Quorum and duties of person in Chair Delegation of authority by Chair Delegation of authority by Board Functions of Board and Chief Executive Officer Appointment and remuneration of employees Annual report Report to Minister...160A Review Committee
7 , c. 10 workers compensation 5 Funding for research and safety programs Agreement respecting payment of medical costs Administration of Federal laws Co-operation with Department of Labour Interjurisdictional agreements Immunity from suit Non-compellability Board may prescribe forms Head office and branch offices Real property of Board Investment and borrowing powers Deemed public service Proof of document Auditor Certain court actions Expenses paid from Accident Fund Powers of the Board Power of inquiry Witness expenses Examination of documents Compliance officers Board documents as evidence Policies Regulations Retroactive regulation A Decision-making Jurisdiction and powers of Board Basis for decisions of Board Applicant entitled to benefit of doubt Participants in decision-making Service of documents Extension of time limits Admissibility of record Release of information by Board Worker entitled to copy of documents Agreements Agreements with Canada A Medical records privileged Appeals Appeal to hearing officer Decision by hearing officer Referral to Chair Postponement by Chair Adoption of policy by Board Duration of postponement or adjournment Medical Review Commission Reference to Commission Powers of panel Stated case to Court of Appeal Penalties and Recovery of Overpayments Violation of certain provisions Violation of certain provisions Violation of Part False statement or failure to inform Interference or refusal to comply Assisting in offence Liability of corporate directors Collection of penalties Procedure for collection of penalties
8 6 workers compensation , c. 10 Additional penalties Interest and percentage penalties Penalties form part of Accident Fund No prosecution without leave of Board Recovery of overpayment Liability of Employers in Industries not within the Scope of this Act Application of Sections 222 and Worker has action against employer Worker not deemed to have undertaken risks Former Part III Compensation payable under former Act Transitional former Act defined Compensation under former Act confirmed Compensation for permanent partial disability Compensation for permanent partial disability Compensation for temporary disability Payments under Section 33 of former Act Payments from Consolidated Fund to Accident Fund Rules applicable to appeals Auditor Remitting of appeal under former Act Remitting of appeal under former Act Decision on appeal under former Act Application of former Act PART II Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal Appeals Tribunal Supervision of Part...238A Remuneration and expenses Procedure Chief Appeal Commissioner and personnel Temporary Chief Appeal Commissioner Appeal to Appeals Tribunal Composition of hearing panel Participants in appeal and procedure Decision on appeal Referral of appeal to Chair of Board Postponement of adjournment by Chair Policies Postponement or adjournment Referral to hearing officer Powers of Appeals Tribunal Contents of decision...252a Recorded evidence Independent expert advice Appeals Tribunal may make regulations Further regulation-making power...255a Appeal to Court of Appeal Annual report Payment of expenses of Appeal Tribunal PART IIA Interpretation and final decision...258a
9 , c. 10 workers compensation 7 PART III Workers Advisers Interpretation of Part Workers Advisers Program Purpose of Program Chief Worker Adviser Head office Supervision of staff Staff are members of public service Temporary advisers Powers of advisers Annual report Budget No right to representation Counsel and advisers Designation and funding of worker association Workers counsellors under former Act Regulations PART IV General Amendment of former Act Repeal of former Act Proclamation Short title 1 This Act may be cited as the Workers Compensation Act , c. 10, s. 1. Interpretation 2 In this Act, (a) accident includes (i) a wilful and intentional act, not being the act of the worker claiming compensation, (ii) a chance event occasioned by a physical or natural cause, or (iii) disablement, including occupational disease, arising out of and in the course of employment, but does not include stress other than an acute reaction to a traumatic event; (b) Accident Fund means the fund provided for the payment of any compensation or other expenditures made pursuant to Part I; (c) Appeals Tribunal means the Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal established pursuant to this Act; (d) assessment includes any assessment, part of an assessment, penalty or other amount that may be collected in the same manner as an assessment may be collected, and any cost of enforcing the assessment or entering judgment;
10 8 workers compensation , c. 10 (e) Board means the Workers Compensation Board of Nova Scotia; (f) Board of Directors means the Board of Directors established pursuant to Section 151; (g) Canada Pension Plan means the pension plan established by the Canada Pension Plan; (h) child includes a child born outside marriage, a grandchild, a child of a spouse by a former marriage and a child to whom a worker stands in loco parentis; (i) class of employer includes any class of employer determined by the Board; (j) collateral benefits means (i) any periodic benefit the worker is entitled to receive or is receiving pursuant to the Unemployment Insurance Act (Canada), payable in connection with the injury for which compensation is payable pursuant to Part I of this Act, (ii) any payment to the worker by the worker s employer, including any benefit, gratuity or allowance, payable in connection with the injury for which compensation is payable pursuant to Part I of this Act, or (iii) any other benefit the Board may prescribe by regulation; (k) day includes a shift; (l) dependant means a member of the family of a worker who was wholly or substantially dependent upon the worker s earnings at the time of the worker s injury or death, or who, but for the loss of earnings due to the injury or death, would have been so dependent; (m) Director means a member of the Board of Directors, and includes the Chair and the Deputy Chair of the Board; (n) employer means an employer within the scope of Part I and includes (i) every person having in the person s service under a contract of hiring or apprenticeship, written or oral, express or implied, any person engaged in any work in or about an industry within the scope of Part I, (ii) the principal, contractor and subcontractor referred to in Sections 140 and 141, (iii) a receiver, liquidator, executor or administrator and any person appointed by a court, who has authority to carry on the business of an employer, (iv) a municipal corporation,
11 , c. 10 workers compensation 9 (v) a public service commission, (vi) any person who authorizes or permits a learner to be in or about an industry for the purpose described in clause (q), (vii) Her Majesty in right of the Province, (viii) Her Majesty in right of Canada in so far as Her Majesty submits to the operation of Part I, (ix) any person operating a boat, vessel, ship, dredge, tug, scow or other craft usually employed or intended to be employed in an industry to which Part I applies and, with respect to the industry of fishing, the owner or operator of a boat or vessel rented, chartered or otherwise provided to a worker employed in the fishing industry and used in or in connection with an industry carried on by the employer to which Part I applies, and (x) in relation to a particular employer, the whole or any part of any establishment, undertaking, work, operation, trade or business within the scope of Part I; (o) extended earnings-replacement benefit means an earningsreplacement benefit payable to a worker from the later of (i) the date on which the Board determines the worker has a permanent impairment pursuant to Section 34, and (ii) the date on which the worker completes a rehabilitation program pursuant to Section 112, where the worker is engaged in a rehabilitation program on or after the date the Board determines the worker has a permanent impairment pursuant to Section 34; (p) injury means personal injury, but does not include any type or class of personal injury excluded by regulation pursuant to Section 10; (q) learner means (i) an apprentice, or (ii) any person who, although not under a contract of service or apprenticeship, becomes subject to the hazards of any industry to which Part I applies for the purpose of undergoing testing, training or probationary work as a preliminary to employment; (r) medical aid includes (i) any health care service, product or device that may be authorized by the Board and is provided to a worker as a result of a compensable injury, including those forms and reports required by the Board respecting the aid or services, and (ii) reasonable expenses, authorized by the Board, incurred by a worker in order to obtain medical aid; (s) member of the family means a worker s spouse, parent, grandparent, stepparent, child, grandchild, stepchild, brother, sister, half-
12 10 workers compensation , c. 10 brother or half-sister, or a person who stands in loco parentis to the worker or to whom the worker stands in loco parentis; (t) Minister means the Minister of Labour; (u) municipality means a city, incorporated town, municipality of a county or district or a regional municipality; (v) occupational disease means a disease arising out of and in the course of employment and resulting from causes or conditions (i) peculiar to or characteristic of a particular trade or occupation, or (ii) peculiar to the particular employment, and includes silicosis and pneumonoconiosis [pneumoconiosis]; (w) person includes a partnership; (x) pneumonoconiosis [pneumoconiosis] means permanent alteration of lung structure due to the inhalation of dust and the tissue reactions of the lung to its presence; (y) principal includes a person engaged in the manufacture, purchase or sale of forest products who finances, in whole or in part, the operations of another person in the lumbering industry; (z) Quebec Pension Plan means the Quebec Pension Plan established pursuant to Chapter R-9 of the Revised Statutes of Quebec, 1977, as amended; (aa) regulation means a regulation made or approved by the Governor in Council pursuant to Section 184; (ab) spouse includes a person who, not being married to a worker, (i) was wholly or substantially dependent upon the worker s earnings at the time of the worker s injury or death, or who, but for the loss of earnings due to the injury or death, would have been so dependent, and (ii) cohabited with the worker as husband and wife at the time of the worker s injury or death and immediately prior to the worker s injury or death for a period of at least twelve continuous months; (ac) subclass of employer includes any subclass of employer determined by the Board; (ad) temporary earnings-replacement benefit means any earnings-replacement benefit payable to a worker prior to the date on which an extended earnings-replacement benefit, if any, becomes payable; (ae) worker means a worker within the scope of Part I, and includes
13 , c. 10 workers compensation 11 (i) a person who has entered into or works under a contract of service or apprenticeship, written or oral, express or implied, (ii) an officer, director or manager of an employer, where the person is actively engaged in the business and is carried on the payroll of the business at the person s actual earnings, (iii) a learner, (iv) a student admitted pursuant to Section 6, (v) a member of a municipal volunteer fire department admitted pursuant to Section 5, (vi) in respect of the industry of fishing, a person who becomes a member of the crew of a vessel under any profit-sharing arrangement, (vii) in respect of the industry of mining, a person while actually engaged in taking or attending a course of training or instruction in mine rescue work under the direction or with the approval, express or implied, of an employer in whose employment the person is employed as a worker in that industry, (viii) in respect of any industry, a person while actually engaged in rescuing or protecting or attempting to rescue or protect life or property in the case of an explosion, a fire or other emergency, that endangers either life or property in or about the industry in which the person is employed, (ix) any other person who, pursuant to Part I, the regulations or an order of the Board, is deemed to be a worker, and (x) in relation to compensation payable to a dependant, a dependant, but, subject to Section 4, does not include (xi) a receiver, liquidator or other person appointed by a court or a judge with power to manage or carry on the business of an employer for winding-up or other purposes, (xii) an employer, or (xiii) a member of the family of an employer or a member of the family of a director of a corporation who (A) is employed by the employer or the corporation, and (B) lives with the employer or director as a member of the employer s or director s household , c. 10, s. 2.
14 12 workers compensation , c. 10 PART I WORKERS COMPENSATION SCOPE Application of Part I 3 (1) This Part applies to employers and workers engaged in, about or in connection with any industry prescribed by the Governor in Council by regulation. (2) The Governor in Council may, by regulation, exclude any employer, class of employer, or class of worker engaged in, about or in connection with any industry prescribed pursuant to subsection (1). (3) A class of employer prescribed pursuant to subsection (2) may include a class of employer employing fewer than the prescribed number of workers. (4) A class of workers prescribed pursuant to subsection (2) may include classes based on (a) the nature of work or duties; (b) the nature of the business or undertaking; (c) a geographical area within which work is performed; (d) the source of remuneration; (e) the method by which workers are assigned to places to perform work; (f) a description of any program or scheme in which work is performed; or (g) any one or more of the factors described in clauses (a) to (f) , c. 10, s. 3. Power to extend application of Part 4 (1) Subject to subsection 3(2), the Board may, on application, admit to the operation of this Part any person not otherwise within the operation of this Part. (2) The Board may, on the application of an independent contractor, admit the independent contractor to the operation of this Part as if the independent contractor were a worker where the independent contractor performs work, the nature of which falls within the scope of this Part. (3) Where an independent contractor is admitted to the operation of this Part, the independent contractor is (a) a worker in so far as this Part applies to workers employed by an employer; and
15 , c. 10 workers compensation 13 (b) of a worker. an employer, in so far as this Part applies to employers (4) In this Section, independent contractor means a person who is not an employer or a worker but who performs work that, if the person were a worker other than by operation of subsection (3), would be within the scope of this Part. (5) The Board may, on the application of a person who is an employer but who is not a worker within the meaning of this Part, determine that that person is a worker within the operation of this Part and entitled to compensation pursuant to this Part. (6) The Board may, on the application of an employer, admit to the operation of this Part a person referred to in subclause 2(ae)(xiii). (7) The Board may admit a person to the operation of this Part pursuant to subsection (1), (2), (5) or (6) subject to any terms of admission that, in the opinion of the Board, are necessary or expedient , c. 10, s. 4. Application of Part to volunteer fire department 5 (1) On the application of a municipality within whose boundaries a volunteer fire department is located and serves, the Board may admit the volunteer fire department to the application of this Part. (2) Where the Board admits a volunteer fire department pursuant to subsection (1), (a) the members of the volunteer fire department are workers; and (b) the municipality is the employer of the members of the volunteer fire department, for the purpose of this Part. (3) The members of a volunteer fire department shall be considered to be in the course of their employment from the time they (a) arrive at the place where a training exercise begins until the exercise has been completed; or (b) receive a notification, by any means, of a fire or emergency, including the time of travel to the fire station, fire scene or the site of the emergency where they perform duties until, after being released from duty, they return home, to the place where the notification was received, to their place of regular employment or to any place for treatment, refreshment or recreation, whichever they reach first.
16 14 workers compensation , c. 10 (4) The Board shall, by regulation, determine the minimum and maximum earnings of the members of the volunteer fire department for the purpose of calculating the average earnings of the volunteer fire department pursuant to subsection (5). (5) The municipality deemed to be the employer of a volunteer fire department pursuant to subsection (2) shall choose an amount between the minimum and maximum amounts determined by the Board pursuant to subsection (4) to apply as the average earnings for the members of the volunteer fire department. (6) The amount chosen by a municipality pursuant to subsection (5) applies to every member of that municipality s volunteer fire department. (7) The municipality deemed to be the employer of a volunteer fire department pursuant to subsection (2) shall notify the Board of (a) the number of members in the municipality s volunteer fire department; and (b) the average earnings of the members of the volunteer fire department for the purpose of this Part , c. 10, s. 5. Application of Part to students 6 (1) The Governor in Council may, by order, admit any student of (a) a school as defined in the Education Act; (b) a vocational school, regional vocational school, technical institution, or any educational facility under the supervision and management of the Minister of Education; or (c) a community college as defined in the Community College[s] Act, to the application of this Part. (2) Where the Governor in Council admits any student to the application of this Part pursuant to subsection (1), (a) the student is a worker for the purpose of this Part; and (b) the Board shall fix an amount that shall be deemed to be the student s average earnings for the purpose of this Part. (3) Where a student is admitted to the application of this Part pursuant to subsection (1), the assessment determined by the Board shall be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of the Province. (4) On the application of an educational facility other than an educational facility referred to in subsection (1), the Board may admit any student of the facility to the application of this Part.
17 , c. 10 workers compensation 15 (5) Where the Board admits any student to the application of this Part pursuant to subsection (4), (a) the student is a worker for the purpose of this Part; and (b) the Board shall fix an amount that shall be deemed to be the student s average earnings for the purpose of this Part. (6) Where a student is admitted to the application of this Part, pursuant to subsection (4), the assessment determined by the Board shall be paid by the student s educational facility or in the manner prescribed by the Governor in Council by regulation , c. 10, s. 6. Application to municipality 7 The exercise and performance of the powers and duties of (a) a municipality; and (b) any commission or board having the management and conduct of any work or service owned or operated by a municipality, is, for the purpose of this Part, the trade or business of the municipality, commission or board , c. 10, s. 7. Temporary hiring 8 Where the employer of a worker temporarily lets or hires the services of the worker to another person, (a) the worker continues to be the worker of the employer for the purpose of this Part, while the worker is working for the other person; (b) the person who lets or hires the services of the worker is the employer of the worker for the purpose of this Part, while the worker is working for that person; and (c) the employer of the worker and the person who lets or hires the services of the worker are jointly and severally liable to fulfil any obligations of an employer as set out in this Part , c. 10, s. 8. Deemed worker 9 Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Part, where a person who is not a worker within the scope of this Part performs work for the benefit of another person, the Board may (a) deem the first person to be a worker and the second person to be the employer of the first person, within the meaning of this Part; and (b) determine an amount that shall be deemed to be the earnings of the worker, for the purpose of this Part , c. 10, s. 9.
18 16 workers compensation , c. 10 ELIGIBILITY Payment of compensation 10 (1) Where, in an industry to which this Part applies, personal injury by accident arising out of and in the course of employment is caused to a worker, the Board shall pay compensation to the worker as provided by this Part. (2) The compensation payable pursuant to subsection (1) shall be paid out of the Accident Fund. (3) Where a personal injury is attributable wholly or primarily to the serious and wilful misconduct of the worker, the Board shall not pay compensation to the worker unless the personal injury (a) results in death or serious and permanent impairment; or (b) is likely, in the opinion of the Board, to result in serious and permanent impairment. (4) Where the accident arose out of employment, unless the contrary is shown, it shall be presumed that it occurred in the course of employment, and where the accident occurred in the course of employment, unless the contrary is shown, it shall be presumed that it arose out of the employment. (5) Where a personal injury by accident referred to in subsection (1) results in loss of earnings or permanent impairment (a) due in part to the injury and in part to causes other than the injury; or (b) due to an aggravation, activation or acceleration of a disease or disability existing prior to the injury, compensation is payable for the proportion of the loss of earnings or permanent impairment that may reasonably be attributed to the injury. (6) The Board may, by regulation, exclude any type or class of personal injury or occupational disease from the operation of this Part. (7) The Board may, by regulation, include any type or class of personal injury or occupational disease on terms or conditions, including rates, types and durations of compensation other than those specified in this Part, that the Board may prescribe , c. 10, s. 10. Interpretation 10A In this Act, chronic pain means pain (a) continuing beyond the normal recovery time for the type of personal injury that precipitated, triggered or otherwise predated the pain; or
19 , c. 10 workers compensation 17 (b) disproportionate to the type of personal injury that precipitated, triggered or otherwise predated the pain, and includes chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, and all other like or related conditions, but does not include pain supported by significant, objective, physical findings at the site of the injury which indicate that the injury has not healed. 1999, c. 1, s. 1. Exclusions 10B Notwithstanding this Act, Chapter 508 of the Revised Statutes, 1989, or any of its predecessors, the Interpretation Act or any other enactment, (a) except for the purpose of Section 28, a personal injury by accident that occurred on or after March 23, 1990, and before February 1, 1996, is deemed never to have included chronic pain; (b) a personal injury by accident that occurred before February 1, 1996, is deemed never to have created a vested right to receive compensation for chronic pain; (c) no compensation is payable to a worker in connection with chronic pain, except as provided in this Section or in Section 10E or 10G or, in the case of a worker injured on or after February 1, 1996, as provided in the Functional Restoration (Multi-Faceted Pain Services) Program Regulations contained in Order in Council made on March 26, 1996, as amended from time to time and, for greater certainty, those regulations are deemed to have been validly made pursuant to this Act and to have been in full force and effect on and after February 1, , c. 1, s. 1. Interpretation of Sections 10D and 10E 10C In Sections 10D and 10E, former Act means Chapter 508 of the Revised Statutes. 1999, c. 1, s. 1. Substituted benefit 10D (1) Subject to subsection (2), where a worker (a) was injured before March 23, 1990; (b) was granted a permanent partial disability or a permanent total disability benefit under Section 43 or 45 of the former Act as a result of the injury referred to in clause (a); and (c) was granted an amended interim earnings loss benefit pursuant to the Amended Interim Earnings Loss Policy adopted by the Board on November 24, 1993, pursuant to the former Act and the worker s benefit was reduced on or before the coming into force of this Act, the Board shall pay to the worker the benefit the worker was receiving pursuant to the Amended Interim Earnings Loss Policy adopted by the Board on November 24, 1993, pursuant to the former Act and, for greater certainty, this benefit is in substitu-
20 18 workers compensation , c. 10 tion for any permanent partial disability or permanent total disability the worker was receiving with respect to the claim on which the amended interim earnings loss benefit was paid where it is a greater benefit on the coming into force of this Section. (2) Where a worker referred to in subsection (1) has an appeal pending before the Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal on the coming into force of this Section, the worker is entitled to the benefit referred to in subsection (1) only if the worker abandons the appeal before the Appeals Tribunal. (3) For greater certainty, where a worker abandons an appeal pursuant to subsection (2), the appeal is null and void and no further appeal may be taken with respect to the matter. (4) For greater certainty, the benefit referred to in subsection (1) shall be paid to the worker until the worker attains the age of sixty-five years. (5) For the purpose of this Section, an appeal does not include an appeal seeking medical aid. 1999, c. 1, s. 1. Permanent-impairment benefit 10E Where a worker (a) was injured on or after March 23, 1990, and before February 1, 1996; (b) has chronic pain that commenced following the injury referred to in clause (a); and (c) as of November 25, 1998, was in receipt of temporary earnings-replacement benefits; or (d) as of November 25, 1998, had a claim under appeal (i) for reconsideration, (ii) to a hearing officer, (iii) to the Appeals Tribunal, or (iv) to the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, or whose appeal period with respect to an appeal referred to in subclauses (i) to (iv) had not expired, the Board shall pay to the worker a permanent-impairment benefit based on a permanent medical impairment award of twenty-five per cent multiplied by fifty per cent, and an extended earnings replacement benefit, if payable pursuant to Sections 37 to 49, multiplied by fifty per cent and any appeal referred to in clause (d) is null and void regardless of the issue or issues on appeal. 1999, c. 1, s. 1.
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