How long does it take for WCB to make a decision?
Filing a claim
First, you need to complete a Worker Report of Injury or Occupational Disease form (C-060) and submit it to us. Once this is received you have filed a claim. You can expect to hear from WCB-Alberta in regards to your claim within seven days of submitting your report.
What is a permanent impairment benefit according to the WCB Act?
A permanent clinical impairment (PCI) is the loss (amputation), loss of use (nerve damage), or a permanent change of any body part, system or function.
How much does workers compensation pay in Nova Scotia?
These benefits are usually paid every two weeks at the following rates for as long as you are unable to return to your regular job. The calculation works like this: 75% of your net earnings loss for up to 26 weeks after your injury occurs. After 26 weeks the TERB increases to 85% of your net earnings loss.
How do I pay WCB in Nova Scotia?
Payment options include:
- Canada Revenue Agency's My Payment.
- Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) through CRA (quarterly payments only)
- Credit Card through PaySimply.
- Credit over the phone at 1-800-870-3331.
- Cheque or money order.