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Decision 24383 Full Text of Decision 24383

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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Refer to: A-0284.94

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umpires jurisdiction question not at issue

Decision A-0284.94 Full Text of Decision A-0284.94

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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In this appeal, it is very apparent that the claimant may have difficulties performing his previous job duties. However, what he has not established is his incapacity for performing the functions of any other suitable employment, said the Umpire. Claimant has not persuaded us that the Umpire erred.

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umpires jurisdiction question not at issue

Decision 26064 Full Text of Decision 26064

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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On leave of absence for the summer. Claimant suffers from a rare allergic reaction to mosquito bites. That condition requires that she remain indoors for a period of time each year, but there is no evidence it renders her incapable of performing the functions of her regular employment.


Decision 24837 Full Text of Decision 24837

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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Claimant developed a facial rash which affected his eyes and caused pain. This rash only arose at work on this job site. He does not want to claim regular UI as he refuses to make a job search because he fears that he will lose his seniority with his present employer. CAUGHLIN referred to.


Decision 18092 Full Text of Decision 18092

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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On preventative maternity leave. The argument that she was unable to do her normal work because of pregnancy does not suffice. The wording of Reg. 48(4) has the same meaning as that of 47(6). The insured person must be unable to perform the duties of another suitable job. See CONDON.

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basic concepts qualifying period extension illness

Decision 12028 Full Text of Decision 12028

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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Partial incapacity not sufficient because of Reg. 47(6).


Decision A-1168.84 Full Text of Decision A-1168.84

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sickness benefits meaning of incapable
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Since claimant could not establish that his problems of hearing had had the effect of making him, not only unable to perform his regular employment, but also any other suitable employment, reg. 47(6) not met. The word "or" being conjunctive.

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