to fight their respective workers compensation boards in any Common law Country.
Some common law countries are: Britain, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and others.
This site has been created to help injured workers fight their respective WCB/WSIB/WorkSafe,
it has also been setup to help support, grow, and start injured worker support & advocacy groups.
There are several ways that people can fight their respective WCBs some of them are as follows:
Within the WCB system, Civil Court, Judicial Review, Criminal Court, and many more.
To find out how you can effectively fight your WCB click here.
PLEASE TELL YOUR STORY, IT NEEDS TO BE TOLD!
I am telling my story, as well and it can be found here
instead of you typing out your story, you can do the same and send me the YouTube link,
I will then add your story to
the many other stories of other injured workers.
Also, don't forget to check out my Blog page with a lot of information I put on with many varried ideas of helping others to fight!
Fight or Plight of Injured Workers
In thinking of the plight of injured workers, or as I like to properly recognize
"victims of workplace accidents"
I am reminded of this very old but most important legal statement
regarding the rights of those who have been harmed/wronged by a failed system:
“For it is a settled and invariable principle in the laws of England,
that every right when withheld must have a remedy, and every injury its proper redress”
Sir William Blackstone - 1765
I was just provided this quote from Orlando of IWC, he recalled it from a famous injured worker
out of Windsor Ontario, Rolly who saldy passed away.
"If you poison your boss a little each day it's called murder;
if your boss poisons you a little each day it's called Threshold Limit Value."
James P. Keogh, M.D.
Three Years Fighting for #WorkersCompIsARight
As mentioned in the video, today September 10, 2020, marks three years since the launch of the #WorkersCompIsARight campaign.
This was celebrated by an online event hosted on Crowdcast and YouTube, which is the next video below.
The video below really explains what DEEMING is and how badly it impacts injured workers.
Recent and Important News For or About Injured Workers
I will post important news here affecting injured workers.
It could be local, provincially nationally, or internationally.
So, if you come across a great news story that everyone should know, by all means please send it to me
by e-mail at email@example.com and I will post it here
Tuesday Injured Workers Zoom Meetings
All injured workers are welcomed to join the weekly sessions organized by the Thunder Bay & District Injured Workers Support Group.
To receive your Zoom link please email Janet Paterson firstname.lastname@example.org and get added to the email list.
At the meetings guest speakers and discussion of educational, law reform and community organizing topics.
Fall/Winter 2020 sessions: Tuesdays weekly from September 1 to December 1, 2020
The Thunder Bay & District Injured Workers Support Group (TB&DIWSG) is pleased to announce their partnership with the United Steelworkers Family and Community Education Fund (FCEF) in coordination with Northwestern Ontario Steelworkers Area Council with the sponsorship of our weekly legal education and support group sessions online until December 1st.
Online Zoom Meeting dates:
20 October 2020 10:00 am
27 October 2020 10:00 am
3 November 2020 10:00 am
10 November 2020 10:00 am
17 November 2020 10:00 am
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
If you know of events regarding injured workers,
then please let me know by e-mail at email@example.com and I will post it here and on my Events page and I will even help you further spread the word by making mention of your event on my social media accounts. The event can be anywhere in any Province/Territory/State, or Country.
Bancroft Institute for Studies on Workers's Compensation and Work Injury
The Bancroft Institute for Studies on Workers' Compensation and Work Injury will be holding their next event online, on November 10th at 1pm.
Focusing on the latest academic research, advocacy, and injured worker experience, this event seeks to speak to the unique experiences of vulnerable workers during COVID-19. There is no charge for the event but registration is required.
Register at BancroftCOVID.eventbrite.ca.
• Rebecca Gewurtz - McMaster University
• Carrie Marshall - Western University
• Katherine Lipel - University of Ottawa
• Carolina Jimenez - Decent Work & Health
• Chetan Muram - Workers Health and Safety Legal Clinic
• Dora Chan - IAVGO Legal Clinic
• David Newberry - Injured Workers Community Legal Clinic
• and Injured Worker Stories
Please pass along this invite to others who may be interested. We look forward to seeing you all in a few weeks.
Click here to be added to Bancroft's Mailing List to recive more event information.
my Application for Leave to Appeal (permission to appeal).
The Supreme Court of Canada has made clear their intentions & feelings that they
DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE PLIGHT OF INJURED WORKERS!
Your silence and inaction tells the Supreme Court of Canada that you agree with their feelings towards Injured Workers that we do not matter!
If you disagree with the Supreme Court of Canada tell them so!
Stop being afraid or Pessimistic - your vocie does matter!
With the technology we have today, there is no excuse!
You can call the Supreme Court of Canada and tell them to reconsider their decision of
Paul Taylor v. WSIB case number 38980 by calling (844) 365-9662
You can also send an e-mail, which is free and quick to do at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can kick it old school by sending a fax at (613) 996-9138
You can TWEET to the Supreme Court of Canada at https://twitter.com/SCC_eng
You can FaceBook the Supreme Court of Canada at https://www.facebook.com/supremecourtofcanada
JUST DO SOMETHING! Or they will think we agree with there treament of us!
You can also TELL OUR Prime Minister you COMPLETLEY DISAGREE with
the Supreme Court of Canada's decision. https://pm.gc.ca/en/connect/contact