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  • Decision # 114/23

    Issue: Whether or not the accident employer should be assessed a $4,000.00 penalty for contravening s 19.1(1) of The Workers Compensation Act.

  • Decision # 113/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker has been overpaid wage loss benefits; and 2. Whether or not the overpayment must be repaid to the WCB.

  • Decision # 112/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits for their left rotator cuff tear and subsequent surgery.

  • Decision # 111/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 110/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 109/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 108/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further wage loss and medical aid benefits in relation to the June 23, 2016 accident.

  • Decision # 107/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker’s left arm, elbow, shoulder, and neck difficulties are related to the November 22, 2022 accident; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits in relation to injuries sustained on November 22, 2022.

  • Decision # 106/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 105/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker's permanent partial impairment rating of 2% has been correctly calculated; and 2. Whether or not the worker's monetary award of $2,920.00 for their permanent partial impairment has been correctly calculated.

  • Decision # 104/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits after April 13, 2021.

  • Decision # 103/23

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's right biceps condition as being related to the February 11, 2020 accident.

  • Decision # 102/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further wage loss and medical aid benefits in relation to the September 11, 2021 accident.

  • Decision # 101/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the claim is acceptable; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits.

  • Decision # 100/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 99/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after June 24, 2022; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to a knee brace.

  • Decision # 98/23

    Issue: Whether or not it is appropriate to implement a post-accident deemed earning capacity based on 20 hours per week.

  • Decision # 97/23

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility for the worker's left wrist difficulties should be accepted as being a consequence of the March 10, 2020 accident.

  • Decision # 96/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after October 8, 2021.

  • Decision # 95/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 94/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits.

  • Decision # 93/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits effective April 21, 2022; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to medical aid benefits.

  • Decision # 92/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 91/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits for a right shoulder rotator cuff tear in relation to the January 26, 2022 accident.

  • Decision # 90/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.