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Workplace Health, Safety & Compensation Law - WORKERS’ COMPENSATION - Benefits - Entitlement to benefits - Appeals and judicial review

Thursday, March 02, 2017 @ 7:00 PM  

Separate appeals by Messom and the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia from a ruling by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal. In 1988, Messom was injured in a workplace accident. He was awarded a ten per cent permanent medical impairment rating and returned to work. In February 2010, Messom’s symptoms worsened, causing him to cease work. In July 2011, Messom received a 15 per cent permanent impairment rating and was provided with vocational rehabilitation services. He received temporary earnings-replacement benefits (TERBs) until September 2011, when the...