Select Judgements Involving Dr. Nader
BC Supreme Court Judgements
Henry v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2016 BCSC 1038 – 2016/06/08
R. v. De Assumpcao, 2016 BCSC 874 – 2016/03/10
Campbell v. Swetland, 2012 BCSC 423 – 2012/03/23
Worker's Compensation Appeals Tribunal (WCAT) Decisions
A1701323 - 2018-01-05 - Should the worker’s Adjustment Disorder with mixed anxiety and depressed mood be accepted as a compensable consequence of her 2011 right knee injury?
A1604615 - 2017-03-15 - The issue is whether the worker is entitled to a permanent disability award for psychological impairment.
A1600396 - 2017-03-02 - Is the worker’s diagnosed Major Depressive Disorder a compensable consequence of the injuries previously accepted under this claim? Is the worker entitled to a reopening of her entitlements under this claim due to a recurrence of or significant change in her previously accepted Depressive Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified?
A1601899 - 2016-12-19 - Does the worker have an acceptable claim for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
A1601636 - 2016-07-15 - Was the worker’s permanent psychological disability due to her MDD correctly assessed at 25% of total disability, effective August 1, 2012?
A1603071 - 2016-06-24 - The issue under appeal is whether the worker suffered a mental disorder that meets the statutory provisions of section 5.1 of the Act.
A1603067 - 2016-06-24 - Did the Board make a decision regarding a mental disorder in accordance with its policy item #99.20 of the Rehabilitation Services and Claims Manual, Volume II? If not, is there a matter the Board should have determined but did not? In other words, should the Board have adjudicated whether the worker suffered a mental disorder as a result of the January 22, 2014 work incident? If so (to the first question), does the worker have an acceptable claim for a mental disorder pursuant to section 5.1 of the Act?
2016-00651 - 2016-03-02 - Does the worker suffer from a psychological condition that is a compensable consequence of his accepted work injury?
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