Definition of Total Disability Sample Clauses

Definition of Total Disability. Total disability means that the employee is unable, because of sickness or accident, to perform the duties of their regular occupation. This definition applies for the first twenty-four (24) months of payments. After this time, the inability to perform an occupation for which the employee is reasonably fitted by training, education or experience will constitute total disability. It is not required that an employee be confined to home, but they must be under the regular care of a physician.
Definition of Total Disability. For purposes of this Agreement, the termstotally disabled” and “total disability” shall mean disability as defined in any total disability insurance policy or policies, if any, in effect with respect to the Executive. If no insurance policy is in effect, “total disability” shall mean a medically determinable physical or mental condition, which, in the opinion of two physicians chosen by the mutual consent of the parties, renders the Executive unable to perform substantially all of the duties required pursuant to this Agreement. Total disability shall be deemed to have occurred on the date of the disabling injury or onset of the disabling illness, as determined by the two independent physicians. In the event that the two independent physicians are unable to agree as to the date of the disabling injury or onset of the disabling illness, such date shall be deemed to be the later of the two dates determined by the physicians chosen pursuant to this Section 5.1(a).
Definition of Total Disability. (a) The disabled employee's inability to perform the duties of his own occupation for the first eighteen (18) months of L.T.D. disability payments and thereafter his inability to perform the duties of any occupation for which he is qualified by education, training or experience.
Definition of Total Disability. Total disability" is defined as the complete inability of the employee due to accident, sickness, or injury to perform the employee's own duties.
Definition of Total Disability. As used in this Agreement, the term "Total Disability" refers to a condition resulting from injury or illness to the Employee Shareholder which prevents the Employee Shareholder from performing the duties he or she has previously performed, and could be reasonably expected to perform on behalf of the Company, for a period of 365 consecutive days (the "Disability Period"), and Total Disability shall be deemed to occur on the first day following the initial 365 day period (the "Total Disability Date"). In the event that the disabled Employee Shareholder returns to the Company within the Disability Period, but can fully perform the required services for less than thirty (30) days, and then relapses to his or her disability, the Disability Period shall not be considered to have been interrupted. In the event the Company has disability insurance protection on the Employee Shareholder, or the Employee Shareholder has an individual policy, the receipt of such disability insurance payments shall be deemed proof that the Employee Shareholder is disabled, and the waiting period and periods during which such Employee receives disability payments from such insurance, shall be deemed proof of the extent of time the Employee Shareholder has been disabled. Any dispute as to whether or not an Employee Shareholder is "Totally Disabled" and for how long he or she has been disabled as defined in this Agreement, shall be settled by mediation and/or arbitration in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.
Definition of Total Disability. For purposes of this Agreement, Employee shall be deemed to have suffered a "total disability" if he is unable to perform substantially all of the duties theretofore performed by him under this Agreement by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which has lasted for not less than one hundred twenty (120) consecutive calendar days or for one hundred fifty (150) calendar days (whether or not consecutive) in any one hundred eighty (180) calendar days. Prior to termination of this Agreement as a result of total disability, and notwithstanding any failure or inability of Employee to render services hereunder, the Company shall continue to pay and/or provide to Employee the compensation and benefits specified in Section 3 hereof.
Definition of Total Disability to qualify for benefits for the first 12 months (excluding the six month qualification period), the employee must be unable, due to accident or sickness, to perform the duties of their "own occupation" • to continue to qualify for benefits beyond the "own occupation" period of disability, the employee must be unable to perform the duties of any gainful occupation ("any occupation") for which the employee has the education, training or experience and which pays at least 70% of the current rate of pay for the employee's job at the date of their disability Successive Disabilities • if the employee returns to work during the qualification period but stops working within 31 calendar days because of the same disability, the qualification period is extended by the number of days worked • if the employee returns to work after LTD benefits are approved, but stops working within six months because of the same disability, or within 31 days because of a new disability, the prior LTD claim is re-opened and the employee is not required to serve another qualification period Exclusions • any period of disability that is not supported by the regular and personal care of a physicianwar, insurrection, rebellion, or service in the armed forces of any country • voluntary participation in a riot or civil commotion, except while performing regular occupational duties • intentionally self-inflicted injuries or illness Other Disability Income • LTD benefits will not be reduced by income from private or individual disability plans • LTD benefits will be reduced by 100% of any other disability income including but not limited to o any amounts payable under any Workers Compensation Act or law or any other legislation of similar purpose o any amount from any group insurance, wage continuation, or pension plan of the Employer that provides disability income o any amount of disability income provided by any compulsory Act or law o any periodic primary benefit payment from the Canada or Quebec Pension Plans or other similar social security plan of any country to which the disabled employee is entitled or would be entitled had the application for such a benefit been approved o any amount of disability income provided by a group or association disability plan to which the disabled employee might belong or subscribe • LTD benefits are reduced by the amount of other disability income to which the disabled employee is entitled upon first becoming eligible for the other income; future incre...
Definition of Total Disability. Total disability means that you are unable, because of sickness or accident, to perform the duties of your regular occupation. This definition applies for the first twenty-four (24) months of payments. After this time, inability perform any occupation for which you are reasonably by training, education or experience will constitute total disability. It is not required that you be confined to home, but you must be under the regular care of a physician.
Definition of Total Disability. to qualify for benefits for the first 12 months (excluding the six month qualification period), the employee must be unable, due to accident or sickness, to perform the duties of their "own occupation"