Diamond and Diamond BC
B.C. Offices

Langley Consultation Office

8661 201 Street, 2nd Floor

Richmond Consultation Office

5811 Cooney Road Suite 305 South Tower

Burnaby Consultation Office

4720 Kingsway Suite 2600

Kelowna Consultation Office

1631 Dickson Avenue Suite 1100

Surrey Main Office

13737 96 Ave #1104

Vancouver Head Office

1727 West Broadway, Suite 400


Oshawa Consultation Office

50 Richmond Street E, Unit # 108 B

Brampton Consultation Office

341 Parkhurst Square, Suite 5

Etobicoke Consultation Office

34 Greensboro Dr 2nd Floor

Toronto Head Office

255 Consumers Road, 5th Floor

Sudbury Consultation Office

144 Elm Street, Suite 201

Ottawa Main Office

955 Greenvalley Crescent, Unit 315

Mississauga Office

2155 Leanne Blvd #113

London Main Office

256 Pall Mall St, Suite 102

Hamilton Consultation Office

105 Main Street East, Suite 1500

Barrie Main Office

17 Poyntz Street

Windsor Main Office

13158 Tecumseh Rd. E. Unit 3B

Thunder Bay Consultation Office

278 Algoma Street South


Calgary Main Office

1331 Macleod Trail SE, Suite 420

Edmonton Head Office

4246 97 Street NW, Unit 100


Mistakes to Avoid When You’ve Experienced a Workplace Injury

Whether it is a slip and fall at work, a physical injury on the job, or some other incident, your employer has the responsibility to make sure your workplace is safe. When you get hurt on the job, the workers’ compensation insurance should kick in and cover your medical bills and lost wages. During these situations, it is best to avoid certain mistakes.

1. Don’t Be Pressured to Go Back to Work Too Soon.

If either your employer or the workers’ compensation insurer is pressuring you to get back to work when you know you need more time, it is always best to reach out to one of the great WCB lawyers BC has to offer. There’s no reason for you to have to return to work and suffer or risk making your injuries worse because the insurer does not want to continue to pay you for your time off of work.

2. Don’t Say the Accident Was Your Fault.

You have to be very careful about what you say during your interactions with your employer and the workers’ compensation insurer. If you state that you were at fault for the accident, the insurer could very well refuse to pay you what they owe you for your time off of work and your medical bills.

3. Don’t Neglect Speaking to a Workplace Injury Lawyer.

Even if things seem to be going smoothly after you initially file a workplace injury claim, it never hurts to get some good advice from a lawyer who specializes in workers compensation BC. The lawyer can help you out by ensuring you get treated fairly from start to finish. If anything is amiss, they will step in and help you file a legal suit against the insurer.


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