WSIB Claims & Appeals

Here at Zare Paralegal Services we understand that the WSIB system can be a confusing and frustrating process, especially for injured workers who have never pursued a WSIB claim, have a significant language barrier, or are having difficulty coping with the consequences of their injuries. Injured workers are often not familiar with their rights under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA), or with their obligations regarding returning to work, medical treatment, and general communications with the WSIB.

If you are an injured worker, Zare Paralegal Services can assist you in understanding your rights and obligations under the Act. We represent clients regarding any claims or disputes that may arise with the WSIB, including but not limited to:

  • Initial Entitlement
  • Loss of Earnings Benefits
  • Non-Economic Loss (NEL) Benefits
  • Pension Entitlements, Supplementary Benefits (pre-1990 claims)
  • Return to Work/Work Transition Plans
  • Health Care Benefits
  • Personal Care and Independent Living Allowances

As an injured worker, if you have been denied benefits or a dispute has arisen with the WSIB, Zare Paralegal Services will represent you through the appeals process, including attendance at Appeals Resolution Officer hearings, Return to Work meetings, and appeals before the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT).

When you receive an adverse decision from the WSIB, it can be difficult to know your rights and options. Zare Paralegal Services helps injured workers navigate through the WSIB process, and will guide you every step of the way. Call us today for your free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions.

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