Return to work issues
and many other issues
before the WSIB and the WSIB appeals Services Division.
Appeals and requests for reconsideration before the WSIAT.
The Office of the Worker Advisor provides free representation services to non-unionized injured workers and their survivors, including summary advice, self-help materials, and representation on appeals. If you are a unionized injured worker, the OWA can advise you of any relevant time limits for action in your case, and refer you back to your union for assistance.
This is a province-wide specialty community legal clinic dealing with injured worker matters. The IWC provides advice regarding all employment law related issues and can provide representation regarding Workers’ Compensation and Canadian Pension Plan related cases.
Address: 815 Danforth Ave Suite 411, Toronto, Ontario M4J 1L2
IAVGO is a charitable not-for-profit community-based legal clinic that has provided free legal services to injured workers in Ontario since 1975. They are funded by Legal Aid Ontario. IAVGO operates Advocates for Injured Workers, a student legal aid clinic.
Toll Free: 1-877-230-6311
Address: 55 University Ave., 15th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2H7
Free information, legal advice and representation to low-income workers who face health and safety problems at work, including employment standards and wrongful dismissal.
Toll Free: 877-832-6090
Address: 180 Dundas St. West Suite 2000, Box 4 Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z8
Non-profit, volunteer-led organization supporting workers injured on the job, and their friends and family. Provides some assistance with Workplace Safety and Insurance Board claims. They also provide educational and social activities and a referral to other community services.