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  • Understanding WSIB: Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

    Happy New Year and welcome back to our series on understanding workers’ compensation claims in Ontario. Today, we’re looking at noise-induced hearing loss. (You can find a list of the previously-covered topics in this series at the end of this post.) What is Noise-Induced Hearing Loss? When workers … Read more »

  • Understanding WSIB: Occupational Diseases (Part 2)

    Welcome back to our series on understanding workers’ compensation claims in Ontario. This is Part 2 of our look at Occupational Disease claims; in Part 1 we discussed what occupational diseases are most common in Ontario and what industries tend to be most dangerous for workers. Some of the most wel … Read more »

  • Understanding WSIB: Occupational Diseases (Part 1)

    Welcome back to our series on understanding workers’ compensation claims in Ontario. Today, we’re looking at occupational diseases. (You can find a list of the previously-covered topics in this series at the end of this post.) Sadly, thousands of Ontario workers have and continue to be affected by s … Read more »

  • Understanding WSIB: Psychological Conditions

    Welcome back to our series on understanding workers’ compensation claims in Ontario. Today, we’re looking at psychological conditions. (You can find a list of the previously-covered topics in this series at the end of this post.) What Psychological Conditions Can I Make a WSIB Claim For ? One genera … Read more »

  • Understanding WSIB: Disablements

    Welcome back to our series on understanding workers’ compensation claims in Ontario. Today, we’re looking at disablements. (You can find a list of the previously-covered topics in this series at the end of this post.) What is a Disablement? Disablements are types of injuries that differ from acciden … Read more »