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WSIB Settlements is a standout from traditional injured worker representation options. As an innovator and after having built Ontario's largest paralegal firm with over 10,000 clients spread out all across Ontario, exclusively dealing with the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) and the Workplace Safety & Insurance Appeals Tribunal, Joe took over three decades of that experience and created a set of unique tools to empower injured and ill workers to effectively manage their claims with the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) of Ontario, Canada. These highly effective tools successfully settled thousands of cases with over 300 million dollars in arrears and future benefits. Joe knows what works and what doesn't!

Joe learned long ago that no case is the same, and injured or ill worker needs vary depending on their individual circumstances. Not everyone requires the same level of support, and no one should pay for something  they don't need. This is why the system he created was done in such a manner so that it provides the support for those who require little assistance to stay on track with their claim while also providing expert support for those who may have more complex problems that require a more hands on approach.

Like you, Joe is an injured worker too. He understands all too well how a work injury can alter the course of your life. And the uncertainties associated with facing a new future. Not the one you chose, but the one an injury can impose upon you. Joe knows the stress of dealing with an organization that doesn't see you as a person but as another inconvenience. Joe can relate to you personally and understands your predicament. If you want to hear about Joe's story, you can view it on his YouTube channel @wsibtruthmatters where he tells it like it is and doesn't mince words! 

Joe started his YouTube channel to reach as many injured and ill workers as possible. He provides weekly insights into the WSIB and answers viewer and subscriber questions about their claims. He shares his experiences dealing with some of the more complicated and controversial aspects of Pre-1990, Bill 162 and Bill 99 legislation and policies.

Joe's on a mission to undo the harm and devastation the WSIB has brought upon injured and ill workers with its Deeming Practices, which has left many disabled and struggling financially to make ends meet.