Old Wcb claims haunting me


#1

I have had a number of wcb claims mostly from the oil-patch working in Alberta. They are mounting up against my life and I fear I was too young and dumb to make the decisions they asked of at the time. I was not part of a union and was forced with the decision at the time to either go back to work or be cut off and have to fend for myself. The decisions I made were obviously wrong and wonder what recourse I have to either get retro or at least be taken care of now. My wife and children are watching me spin out of control with my pain and suffering and I am 46 now and ready to fight back. Please help me.


#2

I don’t understand what you’re asking.
You made a number of WCB claims that were approved but you were forced to go back to work?
Do you have a doctor now (preferably a specialist) that will say you shouldn’t have gone back to work and can’t work (doing any job) again?
If yes, apply for CPP-D
What do you mean “make the decisions they asked of at the time.”?
I really think you should get the free consult from Resolute.
https://resolutelegal.ca/free-consultation/


#3

Your message is not clear.

If you are disabled and need financial help then you should consider provincial financial assistance programs in your area or apply for CPP-D if you are eligible.


#4

Request from the WCB all of your past claim files. Free and they will send. I believe with all workers comp you can have a claim re-opened. Get your documents first and read the WCB act for your province.

Are you currently working and have disability benefits?