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  • Decision # 151/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant's symptoms and functional restrictions beyond December 26, 1998 are related to her compensable injury of June 18, 1997; andWhether or not the claimant is entitled to further wage loss after December 26, 1998.

  • Decision # 150/99

    Issue: Whether or not the employer's rate of assessment for 1999 should remain at $3.81 per $100.00 of workers' earnings.

  • Decision # 149/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant is entitled to payment of further wage loss benefits; andWhether the claimant is entitled to a Permanent Partial Impairment Award.

  • Decision # 148/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 147/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to benefits beyond April 11, 1999.

  • Decision # 146/99

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the claimant's ongoing head and neck problems.

  • Decision # 145/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 144/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits beyond February 11, 1997.

  • Decision # 143/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 142/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to the payment of any benefit beyond April 13, 1998.

  • Decision # 141/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits after September 17, 1998.

  • Decision # 140/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits beyond February 1, 1999.

  • Decision # 139/99

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the claimant's low back condition including payment of wage loss benefits beyond April 19, 1995 as being related to the compensable injury of September 19, 1994.

  • Decision # 138/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable; and Whether or not the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits.

  • Decision # 137/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits beyond May 1, 1998 in relation to his compensable accident of February 16, 1998.

  • Decision # 136/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant's average pre-accident earnings have been appropriately established at $77.02 per week; and Whether the claimant's wage loss benefits after December 14, 1998 are to be calculated in accordance with these average (pre-accident) earnings.

  • Decision # 135/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 134/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant has recovered from the effects of the compensable injuries; Whether responsibility can be assumed for the worker's current major affective disorder, for the fibromyalgia condition or for the temporomandibular joint condition; and Whether the claimant is entitled to the payment of wage loss benefits beyond December 30, 1996.

  • Decision # 133/99

    Issue: Whether the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 132/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to the payment of wage loss benefits for the period January 16 to February 8, 1999.

  • Decision # 131/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant has been overpaid; and Whether the claimant must repay the overpayment.

  • Decision # 130/99

    Issue: Whether responsibility can be accepted for the worker's neck and back complaints as being related to the compensable injury sustained June 13, 1997; Whether the claimant is entitled to payment of wage loss benefits; and Whether a Medical Review Panel should be convened.

  • Decision # 129/99

    Issue: Whether or not the claimant is entitled to payment of further compensation benefits beyond November 14, 1986.

  • Decision # 128/99

    Issue: Whether the claimant suffered a depressive episode in 1998 which was causally related to his 1985 accident; Whether the claimant is entitled to temporary total disability benefits subsequent to April 24, 1998; and Whether the claimant should be provided with further vocational rehabilitation services.

  • Decision # 127/99

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the CT scan of the claimant's left forearm and subsequent time loss from work on November 6, 7, 10 and 11, 1997, in relation to the compensable injuries of October 14, 1997 or October 16, 1997.