Sep 062012
 

The N.B. Appeals Court decision is on Canlii http://www.canlii.org/eliisa/highlight.do?text=douthwright&language=en&searchTitle=New+Brunswick+-+Court+of+Appeal+of+New+Brunswick&path=/en/nb/nbca/doc/2012/2012nbca35/2012nbca35.html   There are many good arguments why CPP benefits cannot legally be clawed back and the one reason I zeroed in on is the fact that workers compensation is supposed to be 100% funded by employers. That being the case, the benefits that CPP pays to [Read more…]

Sep 052012
 

A worker with a long standing claim has advised me that the Alberta Government’s lackey, George Pheasy has resigned albeit far too late. His resignation was recommended 10 years ago by Justice Friedman but Justice Friedman’s recommendation was ignored and workers were forced to endure another 10 years of this man’s incompetence or deliberate manipulation [Read more…]

Aug 272012
 

Click on the following link; http://www.canlii.org/en/ab/abwcac/doc/2005/2005canlii76584/2005canlii76584.html Scroll down to Para.53 specific to the claim for depression and continuing though to Para 61. The Appeals Commision decision was that the stress associated with her contact with the WCB regarding her claim is reasonable and expected when dealing with disability and an insurer. This decision basically destroys [Read more…]

Aug 272012
 

  Click on the following link; http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/new-compo-costs-unworkable-20120819-24gjd.html   New compo costs ‘unworkable’ August 20, 2012 Anna Patty State Political Reporter ”Surrender of government policy” … the Greens MP David Shoebridge. A PROVISION in new workers’ compensation laws that makes injured workers pay their own legal costs is unworkable, a Work Cover inquiry has found. Work [Read more…]

Aug 272012
 

  I have been asked on a number of occasions if a MRP decision is binding. According to Section 46.1, notably sub-section 5 and 6 a MRP’s findings are binding on the AC, the “Board” and all persons with a direct interest in the claim. According to sub section 6, the medical findings of a [Read more…]

Aug 072012
 
Meredith Principles

  There has been some concern over whether workers and employers signed a contractual agreement or was it simply enacted by the Government without any consent or approval of workers and employers. Like many things specific to workers compensation issues, workers and employers have been lied to or if not lied to are simply ignored [Read more…]

Aug 072012
 

  Click on the following link http://www.stalbertgazette.com/article/20120606/SAG0801/306069972/workers-compensation-bill-draws-union-criticism Other occupations seek better access to WCB coverage for PTSD By: Megan Sarrazin | Posted: Wednesday, Jun 06, 2012 06:00 am A government bill aimed at making it easier for first responders to claim post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is facing criticism for failing to acknowledge other vulnerable workers. [Read more…]

Aug 072012
 

The following news article from the lame duck shit for brains Conservative Party. First responders all are employed by Government, have collective agreements and lucrative benefits including disability insurance. The historical agreement was never intended to include government employees but was intended to provide financial support to workers who did not have any means of [Read more…]

Jun 272012
 

There exists little doubt in my mind that there is complicity involving the Provincial Government who controls the police and all government programs that interact with WCB. Of course that is why the lawyer you have talked to suggests that they can be compared to organized crime when he talks about RICO. Workers are in [Read more…]

Jun 272012
 

Rather than sit idly by and not providing a review of a claim that like thousands of other claims and benefits have been denied based on false medical information due to either malice or incompetence, I will present a claim that because the process that is supposed to provide a fair and unbiased decision resulted [Read more…]