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Rehabilitation Alternatives Limited
Litigation Assessment and Consultation

Serving the Plaintiff and Defense Bar

Cost of Care/Life Care Plan: This is an assessment of needs required by an individual as a result of an accident/illness related disability. This assessment is generally completed for individuals requiring ongoing medical treatments, devices, and resources. These may include physiotherapy, medications, orthotics, prosthetics, mobility needs, etc.
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Loss of Valuable Services: This is an assessment of the value of losses related to replacing services an individual provided prior to an accident/illness, and is no longer able to contribute to the household (i.e.: housekeeping, childcare, home maintenance, transportation etc.). An inventory of household tasks is evaluated in consideration of the individual's losses comparing pre and post-accident function.
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Vocational Testing and EvaluationVocational Evaluation is a comprehensive assessment involving the administration and the interpretation of objective aptitude, achievement level, and interest testing. The Evaluation is intended to identify appropriate vocational options in view of testing outcomes, interpretation, and physical/functional restrictions. Timeframes, related costs of training are provided, along with labour market information including expected earnings associated with various vocational options, using QuickNOCPro Career Guide software as an integral aspect of the analysis.
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Loss of Earning Capacity/Loss of Opportunity Loss of Earning Capacity is an objective analysis of reduction of earning potential, including the impact of injury upon an individual's capacity to access sustainable employment in a competitive labour market. This analysis takes into account work history, education, training, experience, physical/functional restrictions and working capacity.
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Employability Assessment Employability is defined as the capacity of an individual to be sustainably employed in a competitive labour market. Employability is determined through assessment of restrictions, prognosis, education, training, interests in consideration of the local, regional, and national labour market.
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Labour Market Information LMI is a service intended to provide fast, accurate, and objective information relating to wages, income, National Occupational Classification information, physical/functional criteria, job duties, job postings and other employment statistics.
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Wrongful Dismissal Analysis Plaintiff and defense counsel typically request this service as a means through which to explore issues related to a wrongful dismissal case. This analysis addresses issues related to the availability and remuneration of alternate employment that may have been available to the dismissed individual by reason of training, education, and/or experience.
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Wrongful Death (Fatal Accidents) Legal counsel request this assessment to evaluate the lost contributions of a deceased person to include the valuable services the person contributed to their household and, in some cases, their parental contributions in raising children.
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Transferable Skills Analysis TSA is an objective analysis of occupational options analyzed by work history, education and experience. Occupational outcomes are screened by physical/functional criteria determined through Functional Capacity Evaluation, and other sources of functional capacity, such as medical reports, client interviews, etc. These analyses draw correlations to work history occupations based upon the fact that job titles are classified under Unit Group/Subgroup Codes given similarity of skills required for employment related to such job titles.
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Transferable Skills Analysis Critique TSAs, often in conjunction with Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs), are frequently completed for the purpose of adjudicating claims. Critiques of TSAs are undertaken to examine the foundation and assumptions made in these reports, including the appropriateness of the vocational options presented. These critiques are completed by specialists recognized as experts in vocational rehabilitation by the Court of Queen's Bench.
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Vocational Alternatives Report Vocational Alternatives Reports provide a detailed, objective analysis of occupational options, screened by relevant physical/functional criteria. These assessments include labour market research intended to illustrate earning potential and employment opportunity. It also identifies opportunity for mitigation of loss through training/education. Defense counsel may request these where there would typically be no access to the plaintiff.
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LTD, CPP, and Section "B" appeals: LTD, CPP, and Section "B" appeals utilize a combination of services, which could include components of Employability Assessment, TSA Critique, and/or Labour Market Research. This process will provide plaintiff counsel with appropriate assessment through which to determine client eligibility in accordance with policy definitions, and through which to file appeal if appropriate, for denied benefits
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