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Experienced WorkSafeBC / WCB Lawyers

The lawyers at Gosal & Company do not dabble in multiple areas of law. We concentrate on WorkSafeBC / WCB claims (approximately 95% of our files), and CPP Disability claims and appeals. Mr. Gosal has represented over 2,600 injured workers since 1993.

Mr. Gosal has been qualified (and provided oral evidence) as an expert witness regarding Workers Compensation matters in the British Columbia Supreme Court.

WORKSAFEBC / WCB Appeals

Appealing a Workers Compensation Decision
REVIEW DIVISION & WCAT
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WorkSafeBC / WCB Red Flags

Terms to be aware of in WorkSafeBC / WCB decision letters

  • Your claim has been accepted for ...
  • No other condition (temporary or permanent) is accepted.
  • No limitations or restrictions are accepted.
  • It is not anticipated that any permanent impairment will result.
  • Your file will not be referred to Disability Awards. more ...

Recent WCB / Worksafe News

WorkSafeBC’s caution to release findings ill-timed

“No preliminary findings into the Burns Lake investigation are available at this time and WorkSafeBC is not in a position to release information that might compromise the process,” WorkSafeBC spokesperson Roberta Ellis said before a second mill explosion. more…

Sawdust ordered removed from B.C. mills

Cutting of beetle-killed wood cited as possible trigger in two recent catastrophic B.C. mill explosions. more…

Regulatory change in B.C. ramps up anxiety over late-night workers’ safety

Regulations for employees working alone won’t do enough to guarantee safety, says man whose son was dragged to death in 2005. more…

Province lacks specific limits in screening risk of dust blasts

British Columbia does not directly monitor for risk of dust explosions in sawmills or other industrial settings, leaving it up to employers to ensure that they control hazards in the workplace. more…

Destroyed Burns Lake sawmill warned of unsafe levels of sawdust in December

Safety experts will be looking at a buildup of wood dust as one of the possible causes of the deadly explosion that levelled a Burns Lake sawmill, after an inspection report found unsafe levels of sawdust at the mill not long before the blast. more…

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