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Sickness Cases

Disability Allowance Case 1:
Question at Issue: Resident in an institution.

Disability Allowance Case 2:
Question at issue: Appellant is appealing the decision of the Deciding Officer that she did not satisfy the statutory conditions for receipt of Disability Allowance as she had failed to show that her means did not exceed the statutory limit.

Disability Allowance Case 3:
Question at issue: Retrospective decision assessing means derived from employment, resulting in an overpayment of some €9,500.

Disability Allowance Case 4:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant satisfied the medical condition governing eligibility for disability allowance.

Disability Allowance Case 5:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant’s claim for disability allowance should be back-dated for seven years to the date of her 16th birthday when her entitlement to domiciliary care allowance ceased.

Disability Allowance Case 6:
Question at issue: Whether it was correct to disallow the appellant’s claim in respect of a period between 2007 and 2008, on grounds that his means from employment exceeded the statutory limit – with the assessment of an overpayment of some €19,000.
 
Disability Allowance Case 7:
Question at issue: .Following a review of her Disability Allowance (DA) claim, the appellant was disallowed by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that the appellant was not considered substantially restricted in undertaking suitable employment by reason of a specific disability, which has continued or may be expected to continue for at least one year

Disability Allowance Case 8:
Question at issue: .The appellant was refused Disability Allowance (DA) by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that he was medically unsuitable for DA

Disability Allowance Case 9:
Question at issue: .The appellant was refused Disability Allowance (DA) by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that he was medically unsuitable for DA

Disability Allowance Case 10:
Question at issue: The appellant was refused Disability Allowance (DA) by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that the appellant was not considered substantially restricted in undertaking suitable employment by reason of a specific disability, which has continued or may be expected to continue for at least one year.

Disability Allowance Case 11:
Question at issue: .Following a review of her Disability Allowance (DA) claim, the appellant was disallowed by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that the appellant was not considered substantially restricted in undertaking suitable employment by reason of a specific disability, which has continued or may be expected to continue for at least one year.

Disability Allowance Case 12:
Question at issue: .The appellant is appealing a Deciding Officer’s (DO) decision stating that she is not entitled to Disability Allowance (DA) from March 2011 as her means exceed the statutory limit.

Disability Allowance Case 13:
Question at issue: .The appellant was in receipt of Disability Allowance (DA) for a number of years until it was withdrawn. The issue is whether the appellant is substantially restricted from working due to a medical condition and based on age, experience and qualifications.

Disability Allowance Case 14:
Question at issue: .Appellant is appealing a Deciding Officer’s (DO) decision circa 2011 that she was not entitled to Disability Allowance (DA) on the grounds of substantial restriction by reason of a specified disability which has continued or may be expected to continue for at least one year.

Disability Allowance Case 15:
Question at issue: The appellant was refused Disability Allowance (DA) by a Deciding Officer (DO) following an assessment by a Medical Assessor (MA) who was of the opinion that the appellant was not medically suitable for DA and not substantially restricted in engaging in employment.
Disablement Benefit Case 1:
Question at issue: Extent of loss of physical or mental faculty.
 
Disablement Benefit Case 2:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant’s claim to disablement benefit under the occupational injuries benefit scheme should be disallowed on the grounds that his accident did not arise out of and in the course of his insurable employment.

Illness Benefit Case 1:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant had sufficient social insurance contributions to qualify for Disability Benefit which had been in payment since 1980. The key issue related to the appellant's social insurance record during the years 1976 to 1980.
 
Illness Benefit Case 2:
Question at issue: Late claim and backdating to late 2004/early 2005.
 
Invalidity Pension Case 1:
Question at issue: Whether incapacity may be regarded as permanent.
 
Occupational Injuries Benefit Case 1:
Question at issue: Cumulative effect of a series of incidents.
 
Occupational Injuries Benefit Case 2:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant suffered a prescribed disease within the meaning of the Occupational Injuries Benefit legislation.
 
Occupational Injuries Benefit Case 3:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant satisfied the medical condition governing eligibility for disability allowance.
 
Occupational Injuries Benefit Case 4:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant was entitled to disablement benefit under the occupational injuries benefit scheme in circumstances where the accident in question occurred in his place of employment while he was on sick leave.
 
Occupational Injuries Benefit Case 5:
Question at issue: Whether the appellant’s incapacity for work was caused by a prescribed disease developed due to the nature of his insurable employment.

 

                                                  


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