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Butterworths Workers' Compensation in Ontario Service
**This title is Print on Demand – please expect a potential delay in processing and shipping.**This publication clearly addresses how the workers' compensation system in Ontario is currently organized and administered, and how and when the different regimes apply and are interrelated.
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This service provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of workers' compensation law in Ontario. It should be considered a required resource for all legal professionals who practice in this area and who wish to be aware of the current and former legislation that may be applicable to a claim for benefits as well as the policy documents and most important Appeals Tribunal decisions that may affect a claim. Topics covered include those affecting initial entitlement (arising out of and in the course of disablement, occupational diseases, stress claims, etc.); the determination of pre-injury earnings; the payment of benefits (NEL, FEL, LOE, survivors' benefits, and health care); and the appeals process that exists within the WSIB and at the Appeals Tribunal.
Legal professionals, human resources staff and union advisers will benefit from the extensive information in the service regarding re-employment obligations, what constitutes a suitable employment offer by an employer and Labour Market Re-entry (Workforce Re-integration).
A chapter of the service is dedicated to describing the registration and assessment obligations of employers as well as the opportunities that exist for employers to achieve cost transfers from the WSIB.
Civil litigators will be particularly interested in the chapter of the service dealing with the provisions of the WSIA that may prohibit or restrict the ability of workers to bring civil actions for personal injuries.
Additional chapters deal with such matters as the history of workers' compensation in Ontario; a description of the resources that are available to assist in dealing with workers' compensation matters; the coverage of the Act; historical benefit entitlement (pensions, pension supplements and temporary benefits); and many other issues involving claims and payments.
Included with the service are current copies of all of the statutes and regulations that may have application to workers' compensation proceedings.
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Table of contents
Table of Court Cases
Table of Tribunal and Board Decisions
Table of Statutes
List of Tables
CHAPTER 1: A SHORT HISTORY OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 2: RESOURCES
CHAPTER 3: GENERAL PRINCIPLES
CHAPTER 4: ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 5: COVERAGE
CHAPTER 6: ENTITLEMENT: PERSONAL INJURY BY ACCIDENT
CHAPTER 7: ARISING OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 8: OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE
CHAPTER 9: MENTAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS
CHAPTER 10: CIVIL ACTIONS
CHAPTER 11: PAYMENTS
CHAPTER 12: EARNINGS BASIS
CHAPTER 13: TEMPORARY BENEFITS
CHAPTER 14: PERMANENT DISABILITY BENEFITS
CHAPTER 15: PENSION SUPPLEMENTS FOR PRE-JANUARY 2, 1990 CLAIMS
CHAPTER 16: FUTURE ECONOMIC LOSS BENEFITS
CHAPTER 16A: LOSS OF EARNINGS BENEFITS
CHAPTER 17: NON-ECONOMIC LOSS AWARDS
CHAPTER 18: HEALTH CARE BENEFITS
CHAPTER 19: SURVIVORS' BENEFITS
CHAPTER 20: WORKFORCE REINTEGRATION
CHAPTER 21: RE-EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 22: EMPLOYER DUTIES AND ASSESSMENTS
CHAPTER 23: MEDICAL ISSUES
CHAPTER 24: THE APPEALS PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 25: SUITABLE EMPLOYMENT
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