This is when a injured worker chooses to appeal via judicial review of the WCAT decision(s)
This is when an injured worker claims the WCB and/or WCB law violates their constitutional rights and request a declaration of the respective court
When an injured worker choses to sued the WCB/WCAT using Tort law.
When an injured worker chooses to lay criminal charges against the WCB/WCAT
There are also other non-court methods of fighting the WCB as well:
This is when the injured worker believes the WCB,WCAT, and/or the employer has violated the injured worker's human rights.
This is when the injured worker believes the WCB,WCAT, and/or the employer has violated their privacy and/or has failed to maintain accurate person information of the injured worker.
In Common law countries around the globe,
there are many ways injured workers are able to fight their respective WCB's.
This will assume you have followed the WCB appeal process as well as if applicable the WCB Tribunal appeal process or if you wish to skip the appeal process all together arguing the delays in using the WCB and WCB Tribunal appeal process violate one's constitutional rights.
Generally in all countries they have the following court system of structure of law, all may not be the same.
On each section the rules will be specified for each applicable country and province/state.