CRPS and how WCB handles it

  Amy Pohl once led a normal life as a primary school teacher. But the 25-year-old now suffers from a rare chronic pain condition known as complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, which has left her bedridden and forced to be fed through a feeding tube.   Pohl was diagnosed with CRPS in January 2018. […]

Modified Work 101

When injury strikes, modified work can be the bridge between disability and a full return to the workforce Under ideal circumstances, employees injured or sickened on the job recover quickly and are able to resume duties no worse for wear. But not everyone gets off so lucky. Oftentimes doctors permit a return to work provided […]

WorkSafeBC and WCB: A Comparative Analysis

A Comparative Analysis of WorkSafeBC and Alberta’s WCB Workers’ compensation is an important aspect of ensuring the safety and well-being of employees in the event of an injury or illness sustained on the job. In Canada, each province has its own workers’ compensation board, with specific regulations and processes in place. However, when comparing Alberta’s […]