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Frequent assaults by special needs student were traumatic and not an expected part of the job: Tribunal
Physical injuries often come with collateral damage — depression, PTSD
Post-traumatic stress disorder, first responders, and presumed entitlement to worker’s compensation benefits: What does it mean for Ontario employers?
Injuries at work may increase risk of losing one’s job: U.S. study
Supervisors and co-workers felt worker’s safety violation was minor, so termination was excessive: Court
Worker didn’t ask to use machine or if he should do the task but it met the requirements to be considered in the course of employment
Benefits were discontinued after injured worker didn’t co-operate in return-to-work efforts, but worker suffered from pain, depression, and drug use