What every injured worker needs to know: a guide for navigating the WSIB process
The 24-page guide (download a copy) prepared 2019 by the Ontario Legal Clinic’s Worker’ Compensation Network covers:
- the claims process
- WSIB benefits available
- what you should do while you wait
- how to find legal help
Quick tips: Workers’ compensation in Ontario
Practical information for injured workers on getting benefits and dealing with the WSIB, your employer and doctor, prepared by the Ontario Legal Clinic’s Worker’ Compensation Network (download a copy).
Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) booklets on employment and work, including your rights in workers’ compensation.
What to do if you get injured or ill from work
- Simplified Chinese
- Traditional Chinese
Download a copy in your language from McMaster University School of Labour Studies publications.
A guide to identifying and addressing challenges related to language barriers in return to work
- Workers’ compensation staff
- Worker advocates
- Vocational rehabilitation providers
- Health care providers
- Injured workers who want to learn ways to better advocate for themselves
Download a copy from McMaster University School of Labour Studies publications.
How to assist injured workers: a guide for physicians in Ontario
Most cases turn on medical evidence. Without your help, injured workers may lose their benefits. This 4-page pamphlet (download a copy) by the Ontario Legal Clinics’ Workers’ Compensation Network covers screening for injury, assisting with claims by detailing key information.
Comment aider travailleuses et travailleurs blessés: un guide pour les médecins en Ontario
Puisque la plupart des dossiers dépendent de la preuve médicale, sans votre aide les travailleuses et travailleurs blessés pourraient perdre leurs prestations (télécharger une copie).