Saturday, 7 November 2020

DO YOU THINK INJURED WORKERS HAVE RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW!

 

DO YOU THINK INJURED WORKERS HAVE RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW!

If you do, I am begging you to take two minutes to help support me in my legal battle for justice for ALL injured workers in Canada, at the Supreme Court of Canada.

 

I am asking for your help, by simply sending an e-mail or two to the Supreme Court of Canada. The reason is that the Supreme Court of Canada is unique to any other Court in Canada. This is because the Supreme Court of Canada sets its own agenda, which is solely based on one principle that being “public importance.”

 

So to help me raise the public importance of my case, which affects all injured workers, disabled persons, and those forced to represent themselves, in court, I am asking if you can send a simple e-mail to the Supreme Court of Canada.

 

Believe it or not, it may actually make a difference, for all of us!

 

I currently have two matters before the Supreme Court of Canada and

YES, both impact all injured workers in Canada.

The first is whether ran injured worker can sue a WCB and/or WCAT.

The second is dealing with the intentional delays within the workers compensation system.

 

Paul Taylor v. Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, et al. SCC File No. 38980

My first case under SCC File no. 38980, is regarding the RIGHT of injured workers in Canada to be able to sue the WCB/WSIB/WorkSafe in rare situations. That rare situation, being when the WCB/WSIB/WorkSafe acts in bad faith, or more commonly known as, acts intentionally dishonestly. The Ontario Courts, in my view, have wrongly interpreted the law. They have claimed the WSIB (Ontario’s WCB) and the WSIAT (Ontario’s WCAT) cannot be sued and the Courts, with Constitutional authority, lacks authority over the WSIB and the WSIAT.

 

I believe and argued, to judges who had no interest in the matter or justice, that the practice of absolute immunity for the WSIB and the WSIAT, is wrong! This is because it places the WSIB and the WSIAT, in fact all WCB/WSIB/WorkSafe and all WCAT/WSIAT across Canada, in a position of being above the Rule of Law. This is, without question, a violation of the Rule of Law and our Constitution. It should be noted that Canada’s Constitution was founded on the principles of the Rule of Law and most importantly the protection of individual freedoms. In effect, the Ontario Court’s decision has elevated the status of the WSIB and the WSIAT to that of a deity – a God!

Allowing the WSIB and the WSIAT to do as they please to injured workers.  They can and do harass injured workers, they can and do hurt injured workers more than their work injuries, and if they please, the WSIB and the WSIAT can and do kill injured workers and

all with NO legal recourse!

 

All I am begging you to do is REAL easy and simple.

 

Just send a quick e-mail to the Supreme Court of Canada demanding they approve my request for reconsideration in the matter of Taylor v. Workplace Safety & Insurance board, et al. SCC File No. 38980.

You can just say something to the effect of, or just copy what I have here:

 

--- Start of sample E-mail ---

Send the email to registry-greffe@scc-csc.ca

 

To Whom it may concern,

 

My name is _______, and I am an injured worker residing in the Province/Territory of _________. I am writing the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the matter of Taylor v. Workplace Safety & Insurance board, et al. SCC File No. 38980.

 

It has been brought to my attention that Paul Taylor, a Self-Represented Injured Worker, with numerous physical and psychological disabilities has been fighting for justice for all injured workers, all persons with disabilities and all person who are forced to represent themselves in Canada’s court system and Administrative justice system. That as part of Paul Taylor’s fight for justice he filed an application for leave to appeal, or commonly known as a request for permission to appeal, to the Supreme Court of Canada. Paul Taylor’s grounds were numerous in nature encompassing two distinct areas. The first being individuals, who are injured workers, disabled persons and individuals who have been forced to represent themselves in Court, because a failure in Canada’s justice system. The Second being the impact on law in Canada. Specifically, the case involves Constitutional law, inconsistency with Provincial/Territorial laws, inconsistency in many Provincial/Territorial Courts of Appeal, and it involves a novel point of law.  

 

It has also been brought to my attention that on April 16, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada denied Paul Taylor’s request for appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

 

It has also been brought to my attention that on October 4, 2020 Paul Taylor filed a motion with the Supreme Court of Canada to request the Supreme Court of Canada reconsider its judgement of April 16, 2020.  

 

I am therefore DEMANDING the Supreme Court of Canada start respecting injured workers in Canada! To start with, grant Paul Taylor’s request for reconsideration. The justification most Canadians have lost faith and belief in Canada’s justice system, as we all know it is a system where only the rich and power succeed. I, as most Canadians strongly believe, that the administration of Canada’s justice system has fallen into complete disrepute. This is simply because judges support business and employers who have no rights as human beings, but the judges have no trouble ignoring the begging pleas of injured workers, who are human beings, like Paul Taylor.

For God’s sake do the right thing!  

 

--- End of Sample E-mail---

 

Why should you send this e-mail?

The Supreme Court of Canada is unlike any other Court in Canada so sending them a simple e-mail letting them know why you think this matter is of great public importance may actually have a huge impact. One by one each e-mail with make a huge difference.

Most importantly, doing nothing allows the stigma of injured workers across Canada to continue to go unanswered!

 

If you would like to learn more about my request to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, I have separate up a separate webpage on my website for this issue. I have also posted all the court documents. You can access it here http://fightwcb.org/MystorysccCivil.html

 

If you would like to see the Supreme Court of Canada’s online docket on my matter you can see it here https://www.scc-csc.ca/case-dossier/info/dock-regi-eng.aspx?cas=38980

A note that I have filed a request for reconsideration, and this has yet to be added to the docket.

 

 

Paul Taylor v. Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, et al. SCC Court File No. 39185

 

My second case under SCC File No. 39185 is regarding the lengthy and intentional institutional delays within the workers compensation system. The one thing that judges, politicians, and others who we complaint to about he lengthy delays, forget is that the workers companion system is NOT funded by taxpayers. So, when they say you must wait, it costs you, but then when you are forced onto welfare programs like Ontario’s social assistance programs. Such as Ontario Workers and/or Ontario Disability Support Program. To prove this point I personally contacted the Ontario Ministry responsible for these programs and learned that on average each month 4,444 injured workers are forced onto the programs, by the WSIB and the WSIAT. These programs are funded by Ontario taxpayers and cost approximately $30 million a year.

 

Another issue that was raised in the case was the intentional and deliberate act of retaliation by the WSIB upon me for making a simple request for reimbursement.  When I asked to be compensated for over the counter topical pain creams and medications, not only did the WSIB deny my request the WSIB retaliated against me by unlawfully suspending my prescription medications. Here is the best part the WSIB lawyer went into court and lied to the judge. She said that it is a standard practice of the WSIB that ALL injured workers are required provide updated medical information to the WSIB every two years. To justify me never being asked in over twenty years prior the lawyer then again lied and said I slipped through the cracks.

What is even more sadly funny is this. When I got the WSIB letter dated October 4, 2017, it said

 

please take this letter to your doctor and have him/her submit a report with the required information below…  

 

Ironically and not knowing any better, I did as EXACTLY as the letter said. I took the letter to my family doctor and asked her to prepare and send the report into the WSIB. I later learned my doctor never sent the report to the WSIB. This was simply because she needed to meet with me to discuss the myriad of questions the WSIB wanted answered. I mean when I look at the questions some were really STUPID!  

So, therefore the WSIB cancelled my medical benefits simply because I had NOTHING to do with it, it was my doctor, and it was because the WSIB was obviously being difficult.

Oh, DUDE I am not done yet it gets even better!  

 

After I filed my court application because I knew what the WSIB was doing, in typical fashion was an act of retaliation, I later learned that:

1.     I am WCB and not WSIB. This means:

a.      The WSIB cannot legally request, require, demand, or intimidate me to provide the medical information they asked for as according to s. 51(3)(a) of the Workers Compensation Act R.S.O 1990 medical report must be provided on consent of injured workers.
(Please note this was changed for workers injured after Jan. 1/98, so DON’T assume it applies to you!)

 

b.     That even if the requirement for medical reports was required, there is another section of the same act, s. 50(1) which clearly states injured workers have a right to healthcare benefits.
(Do not assume this applies to you)

 

2.     Alternative, if the LAW didn’t exist, as the WSIB loves to regularly do to me, there is a WSIB policy called Workers’ Co-operation Obligation policy 22-01-03 which states
Notice is given verbally (if possible), and confirmed in writing in every case.”
In my case no notice of violation was provided to me. Ironically, the judge agreed with the WSIB lawyer, not surprisingly, saying if you have been asked that is good enough.  

 

 

So, as you can see how this has gone form a simple case of the WSIB and the WSIAT taking their sweet A$$ time to schedule a hearing, then hold it and finally make a decision.

I am like you angry because they do not know what it is like avoiding phone calls, avoiding answering the door, why because they are too cheap to hire enough staff to make decision in a fair time.

 

Believe it or not we as Canadians have a right to speedy access to justice and this law goes back over 800 years to a famous Charter known as the Magna Carta which simply stated To no one will we deny or delay justice. This has since bene update to a more commonly known phrase
justice delayed is justice denied”!

 

So do agree with the delays with the workers compensation system, because if you do nothing you are telling the Supreme Court of Canada you agree the delays are ok and the intimidation and acts of retaliation are acceptable!   

Oh, you don’t agree and want to do something then send a dam e-mail that is it!

 

 Here again I will type it for you and make it easy:

 

--- Start of sample E-mail ---

Send the e-mail to registry-greffe@scc-csc.ca

 

To Whom it may concern,

 

My name is _______, and I am an injured worker residing in the Province/Territory of _________. I am writing the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the matter of Taylor v. Workplace Safety & Insurance board, et al. SCC File No. 39185.

 

It has been brought to my attention that Paul Taylor, a Self-Represented Injured Worker, with numerous physical and psychological disabilities has been fighting for justice for all injured workers, all persons with disabilities and all person who are forced to represent themselves in Canada’s court system and Administrative justice system. That as part of Paul Taylor’s fight for justice he filed an application for leave to appeal, or commonly known as a request for permission to appeal, to the Supreme Court of Canada. Paul Taylor’s grounds were numerous in nature encompassing two distinct areas. The first being individuals, who are injured workers, disabled persons and individuals who have been forced to represent themselves in Court, because a failure in Canada’s justice system. The Second being the impact on law in Canada. Specifically, the case involves Constitutional law, inconsistency with Provincial/Territorial laws, inconsistency in many Provincial/Territorial Courts of Appeal, and it involves a novel point of law.  

 

It has also been brought to my attention that this matter is currently before the Court.

 

I am therefore DEMANDING the Supreme Court of Canada start respecting injured workers in Canada! To start with, grant Paul Taylor’s request for appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. The justification most Canadians have lost faith and belief in Canada’s justice system, as we all know it is a system where only the rich and power succeed. I, as most Canadians strongly believe, that the administration of Canada’s justice system has fallen into complete disrepute. This is simply because judges support business and employers who have no rights as human beings, but the judges have no trouble ignoring the begging pleas of injured workers, who are human beings, like Paul Taylor.

For God’s sake do the right thing!  

 

--- End of Sample E-mail---

 

If you have any questions or concerns you can send me an e-mail at fightwcb@gmail.com

 

Also, the Supreme Court of Canada has a Facebook account @supremecourtofcanada

And also a twitter account @SCC_eng so you can also express your opinions to the Court on social media as well.

 

As always please be respectful with your comments as they will ignore any vulgar language and threats will be taken seriously.  

 

 

DO YOU THINK INJURED WORKERS HAVE RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW!

  DO YOU THINK INJURED WORKERS HAVE RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW! If you do, I am begging you to take two minutes to help support me in my legal b...