How Much is your Monthly LTD Benefit Payment?
To calculate the amount of your Long-Term Disability benefit amount payable under the Nova Scotia Health Association LTD Plan you will need to know your pre-disability salary. The monthly salary is determined by taking the amount of your regular pay on the last day of work multiplied by 1/12 of the annualized work hours. A part-term worker payment will be applicable for those who work less than 70 regular scheduled hours. For these workers, work over the past 6 months will be considered. Your payment will be equal to 70% of your pre-disability monthly salary up to a maximum of $15,000 per month. An increase to $20,000 is available to those who have gone through medical underwriting has been completed. All LTD benefits under the Plan are taxable. This means that deductions will be paid by the Employer. All payments are made in arrears - which means that you will be paid for what you are owed rather than what you will earn.
Questions about your Disability Payment Amount?
Jeff Mitchell is an experienced Long Term Disability Benefits Lawyer who has successfully advanced his client's interests before the Nova Scotia Public Service Trust Fund. To book your free consultation, call toll-free: 1-855-670-1345 or 902-702-3452. Prefer to email? Email Jeff at email@example.com.
Jeff Mitchell will let you know what the amount of your benefit and what you can do to ensure your LTD benefits continue to be paid. Jeff provides representation for those who are denied Long-Term Disability benefits by their employer. Contact us today!