WAO / WIA (Incapacity)

When it is about Incapacity, an Occupational Disability (WAO)-benefit or a Work and Income according to Work Ability (WIA)-benefit, the lawyers of Kantoor Mr.van Zijl can support you, for instance, with:

  • Conducting objection or appeal proceedings against a decision by the tax authorities to establish the differentiated Partial Work Disability (WGA)-contribution
  • Providing guidance and advice in making the choice between self-insuring or differentiated contribution on WGA-benefits
  • Verifying or challenging a decision on granting, continuing or withdrawing the WGA benefit of a (former) employee in connection with the consequences of this benefit for payment of the employer’s differentiated WGA-contribution
NB: We can also assist you with:
  • Conducting objection and appeal proceedings on behalf of an employee on a decision of the Employee Insurance Agency (UWV) on the entitlement to incapacity(WAO)-benefits, Partial Work Disability (WGA)-benefit, or Fully Incapacitated WorkersIncome (IVA) benefit
  • Conducting objection and appeal proceedings on behalf of an employee on a  decision of the UWV to rescind or revise, recover and collect a WAO-benefit, WGA-benefit or WIA-benefit or on the decision to impose a fine on the employee (any possible proceedings in collaboration with an external expert)
  • Conducting objection and appeal proceedings on behalf of an employer or director and majority shareholder on decisions regarding the entitlement to an Incapacity Insurance Self-Employed Persons Act (WAZ)-benefit
  • Providing guidance and advice in a dispute with an insurance company on the rights and obligations arising from an incapacity or disability insurance
  • Providing guidance and advise in a dispute with the UWV about the provisions for an incapacitated employee ("no-risk”-policy, premium discount, subsidy for adapting the workplace)
  • Drawing up a scheme for imposing sanctions for the employer who is a self-insurer for Partial Work Disability (WGA)
  • Drawing up a scheme for appeal proceedings for the employer who is a self-insurer for Partial Work Disability (WGA)
  • Conducting grievance proceedings resulting from the imposition of a penalty by an employer is a self-insurer for Partial Work Disability (WGA)
  • Providing guidance and advice regarding the impact of the transfer of company for the height of the differentiated WGA-premium or of the WGA-benefit to be paid if the employer is a self-insurer for Partial Work Disability (WGA)