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  • Decision # 66/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits in relation to their ongoing eye issues.

  • Decision # 65/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 64/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 63/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss benefits after January 14, 2022; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to medical aid benefits after January 21, 2022.

  • Decision # 62/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 61/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after May 8, 2022.

  • Decision # 60/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the vocational rehabilitation plan within National Occupational Classification (NOC) 6421, Retail Sales is appropriate; 2. Whether or not it is appropriate to implement a post-accident deemed earning capacity of $540.00 per week effective November 12, 2022; and 3. Whether or not the worker's permanent partial impairment rating and monetary award have been correctly calculated.

  • Decision # 59/23

    Issue: Whether or not the accident employer should be assessed a $4,000.00 penalty for contravening sections 19.1(1) and 19.1(2) of the WCA.

  • Decision # 58/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further medical aid treatment.

  • Decision # 57/23

    Issue: Whether or not the accident employer should be assessed a $4,000.00 penalty for contravening section 19.1(2) of the WCA.

  • Decision # 56/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's current upper spine and cervical difficulties as being a consequence of the September 21, 2020 accident; and 2. Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits.

  • Decision # 55/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 54/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 53/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits in relation to the March 31, 2021 accident.

  • Decision # 52/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further physiotherapy treatment.

  • Decision # 51/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits after October 2, 2021.

  • Decision # 50/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker's 3.00% permanent partial impairment rating and $4,500.00 monetary award have been correctly calculated.

  • Decision # 49/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not the worker's permanent partial impairment rating of 6.32% has been correctly calculated; and 2. Whether or not the monetary award for the permanent partial impairment of $8,580.00 has been correctly calculated.

  • Decision # 48/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker's average earnings have been correctly calculated.

  • Decision # 47/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after June 2, 2022.

  • Decision # 46/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 45/23

    Issue: 1. Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for further treatment with a psychotherapist for EMDR treatment; 2. Whether or not the worker's restrictions have been correctly established; and 3. Whether or not the worker is entitled to full wage loss benefits after July 14, 2020.

  • Decision # 44/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to a Permanent Partial Impairment Award.

  • Decision # 43/23

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 42/23

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits after September 23, 2021.