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  • Decision # 169/18

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

  • Decision # 168/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to a permanent partial impairment award

  • Decision # 167/18

    Issue: Whether or not the employer is entitled to cost relief.

  • Decision # 166/18

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's back surgery as being a consequence of the July 1, 2010 accident.

  • Decision # 165/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after November 29, 2017.

  • Decision # 164/18

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 163/18

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 162/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits in relation to the February 14, 2017 accident.

  • Decision # 161/18

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's current neck and back difficulties as being a consequence of the October 30, 2015 accident.

  • Decision # 160/18

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 159/18

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's left ankle surgery; andWhether or not the employer is entitled to cost relief.

  • Decision # 158/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker's back difficulties occurring February 2, 2016 are related to the September 26, 2014 accident.

  • Decision # 157/18

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for the costs of medical cannabis.

  • Decision # 156/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to an increase in the permanent partial impairment rating; andWhether or not responsibility should be accepted for the worker's psychological condition as being a consequence of the September 8, 1999 accident.

  • Decision # 155/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to benefits.

  • Decision # 154/18

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

  • Decision # 153/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker's claim for low back difficulties should be accepted as a cumulative injury related to the nature of her job duties.

  • Decision # 152/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to wage loss and medical aid benefits after December 30, 2016.

  • Decision # 151/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further travel expenses related to his attendance at school/practicums.

  • Decision # 150/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to travel expenses to attend treatment in Winnipeg.

  • Decision # 149/18

    Issue: Whether or not responsibility should be accepted for hearing aids.

  • Decision # 148/18

    Issue: Whether or not the worker is entitled to further benefits in relation to the July 3, 2017 accident.

  • Decision # 147/18

    Issue: Whether or not the vocational plan for the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 6651 Security Guards and related occupations is appropriate;Whether or not the implementation of a deemed earning capacity of $500.00 per week effective November 24, 2017 is appropriate.

  • Decision # 146/18

    Issue: Whether or not the claim is acceptable.

  • Decision # 145/18

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