Catastrophic illness or injury definition

Catastrophic illness or injury means one of the following:
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury that is expected to incapacitate an employee for an extended period of time, or that incapacitates a member of the employee's immediate family which incapacity requires the employee to take time off from work for an extended period of time to care for that family member, and taking extended time off from work creates a financial hardship for the employee because he or she has exhausted all of his/her sick leave and other paid time off.
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury:

Examples of Catastrophic illness or injury in a sentence

  • Catastrophic illness or injury is further defined as a debilitating illness or injury of an immediate family member that results in the employee being required to take time off from work for an extended period to care for the family member, when this creates a financial hardship because the employee has exhausted all of his/her accumulated leave.

  • Catastrophic illness or injury also includes an incapacitated immediate family member if this results in the employee being required to take time off from work to care for the family member and the employee has exhausted all leave and other paid time off.


More Definitions of Catastrophic illness or injury

Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury resulting in a medical condition for which a physician has certified the condition is likely to result in a loss of 30 or more workdays.
Catastrophic illness or injury means a severe condition, or combination of conditions, affecting the mental, or physical, health of the employee or the employee's immediate family that requires the services of a licensed practitioner for a prolonged period of time and that forces the employee to exhaust all leave time earned by that employee and to lose compensation from the State for the employee.
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury that is expected to incapacitate the certificated employee for an extended period of time and creates a financial hardship for the certificated employee because he or she has exhausted all of his or her sick leave and difference pay.
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury that is expected to incapacitate the Unit Member for ten (10) or more days and creates a financial hardship for the Unit Member because all accumulated fully paid sick days have been exhausted.
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness or injury that is expected to incapacitate the unit member or a member of the unit member’s family and which incapacity requires the unit member to take time off from work for an extended period of time and creates a financial hardship for the unit member because he or she has exhausted all of his or her sick leave and other paid time off. Catastrophic Illness or Injury includes but is not limited to, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, cancer, major surgery and/or treatment for life threatening illness or hospitalization as a result of a severe automobile or other accident. Mental stress related to illness, normal pregnancy, and normal illness such as colds, flu, allergies, are excluded.
Catastrophic illness or injury means a serious debilitating illness, injury, impairment, or physical or mental condition that involves:
Catastrophic illness or injury means an illness that is expected to incapacitate the MSC employee for an extended period of time, and taking such extended time off from work creates a financial hardship for the MSC employee because they have exhausted all of their sick leave and other paid time off.