Suitable accommodation not so suitable for injured worker

Worker’s injured foot worsened during job retraining and required more surgery, increasing his medical restrictions

An Ontario worker who seriously injured his foot and was unable to return to his pre-injury job was assigned an unreasonable suitable occupation for retraining leading to an incorrect earning ability calculation and benefits level, the Ontario Workplace Safety and Appeals Tribunal has ruled.

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