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Our Services

If you suffer a workplace injury you may be entitled to WSIB benefits. For years, Lomazzo Worker’s Compensation Appeals Professional Corporation has devoted its practice to representing injured workers in Windsor & Essex County, Chatham & Sarnia and throughout Ontario. Michelle regularly travels to Toronto, the GTA and throughout Ontario for hearings.

At Lomazzo Worker’s Compensation Appeals, our WSIB professionals utilize their in-depth knowledge and experience to solve your WSIB worries so you can devote yourself to your recovery. We provide prompt, individualized, personal attention and have an outstanding track record of obtaining the best results for our clients.

We are not afraid of taking on big companies and have had considerable success negotiating for clients with work-related injuries. We look out for your best interests and are dedicated to protecting and furthering your rights!

Lead by Michelle Lomazzo, we have successfully appealed thousands of claims representing clients before the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT).

Michelle is a WSIB advocate and Licensed Paralegal by the Law Society of Ontario who has extensive experience handling: appeals at the WSIB Claims Level, representing workers at hearings before the Appeals Resolution Officer at the Appeals Services Division of WSIB and at hearings before the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) the final level of appeal for all types of benefits including:

  • * Loss of earnings benefits (LOE)
  • * NEL and FEL awards
  • * Pyscho traumatic disabilities
  • * PTSD claims
  • * Chronic mental stress claims
  • * Initial entitlement
  • * Ongoing entitlement
  • * Return to work issues including Work Transition (WTS)
  • * Termination due to work injury
  • * Unemployability – benefits to age 65
  • * Survivors benefits
  • * Chronic Pain Disability (CPD) entitlement
  • * Occupational Diseases
  • * Representing First Responders*
  • * Surveillance and WSIB