3500 Dufferin Street, #201 | Toronto, Ontario M3K 1N2 | 647-342-7684

WSIB Expert on Law and Policy

Ottavio Iacopini - Owner of OJI Legal Services

OJI Legal Services Professional Corporation is owned and operated by Ottavio Iacopini, a Licensed Paralegal, licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC). He also holds a diploma as a Safety Engineer Technologist. Ottavio Iacopini has been representing injured workers in matters relating to Claims, Appeals and Severance matters for Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB), Workplace Safety & Appeals Tribunal(WSIAT), Human Rights Tribunals, Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits. Services are provided in English, Italian & Spanish.

We will represent any injured or disabled persons, whose claims have been unjustly treated by their respective organizations; Ottavio Iacopini has extensive experience handling cases through all stages of the appeal process and with his high success rate has helped many clients who were previously unsuccessful with other representatives.

O.J.I. Legal Services also assists small to medium size employers in all aspects of WSIB claims management, Safety programs and Arbitration/Mediation issues.

If you have experienced any work related issues and want a Law Society Certified Legal Representative to evaluate the benefits you may be entitled to: Please Contact us at (647)342-7684 for your FREE Case Evaluation.

Filing the claim

If you have suffered a workplace injury, or developed an illness in and out of the course of your employment, you are eligible to file a WSIB claim. It is key that you takes the proper steps to make sure your claim is handled properly:

  1. Report the injury to your employer immediately
  2. Get Immediate medical treatment and report it as a WSIB injury at the medical facility
  3. Obtain contact information of any witnesses
  4. Complete a Form 6
  5. Hire a legal representative licensed by the Law Society.
  6. Keep a journal of all your symptoms, medications, appointments, and conversations regarding the workplace injury.
  7. Keep in contact with your employer about your functional abilities and modified work
  8. Cooperate with the WSIB procedure, including any medical appointments they may schedule.
  9. Appeal any decisions within the WSIB time limits