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  • Decision # 87/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 86/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits after October 7, 2018 in relation to the January 26, 2018 accident.

  • Decision # 85/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 84/21

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker’s diagnosis of Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and associated symptoms as being related to the June 9, 2017 accident.

  • Decision # 83/21

    Issue: Whether or not it is appropriate to implement a post-accident deemed earning capacity effective June 28, 2020.

  • Decision # 82/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claims are acceptable.

  • Decision # 81/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 80/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 79/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 78/21

    Issue: 1. Date of Accident – November 1, 1995: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker’s current bilateral arm difficulties as being related to the November 1, 1995 accident; and 2. Date of Accident – April 8, 2019: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 77/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further physiotherapy treatment after October 30, 2018.

  • Decision # 76/21

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility can be accepted for the worker's right hand and finger complaints as being related to the May 25, 1990 compensable injury.

  • Decision # 75/21

    Issue: 1. Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's left shoulder difficulties as being a consequence of the May 29, 2009 accident; and2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits after November 14, 2014.

  • Decision # 74/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker’s 1% permanent partial impairment rating and monetary award have been correctly determined.

  • Decision # 73/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits after January 17, 2019.

  • Decision # 72/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits after March 8, 2020.

  • Decision # 71/21

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for a diagnosis of concussion resulting from the October 10, 2019 accident.

  • Decision # 70/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 69/21

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits after May 24, 2013 in relation to the November 15, 2012 accident; and 2. Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker’s right hip difficulties in relation to the November 15, 2012 accident.

  • Decision # 68/21

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker is capable of employment in NOC 0711, Construction Manager; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits after August 19, 2016.

  • Decision # 67/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to a hearing aid for the right ear.

  • Decision # 66/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 65/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits after February 2, 2016 in relation to the September 12, 2015 accident.

  • Decision # 64/21

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits in relation to the June 24, 2019 accident.

  • Decision # 63/21

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.