Our COVID-19 Response
Due to the rapidly changing COVID-19 developments, Gosal & Company will be conducting all scheduled appointments by telephone.
Effective March 26, 2020, office hours will be 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday to Friday, for individuals who would like to retain our services, drop off documents, or make payments. To our clients, please be assured that we are continuing to fight for you and that all deadlines are being met.
If you have travelled outside of Canada after March 12, 2020, or have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please refrain from visiting our office until you have completed a 14-day quarantine period.
We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.
Experienced WorkSafeBC ("WCB") Lawyers
The lawyers at Gosal & Company do not dabble in multiple areas of law. We concentrate on WorkSafeBC claims (approximately 95% of our files) and CPP Disability claims and appeals. Mr. Gosal has represented over 4,000 injured workers since 1993.
Mr. Gosal has been qualified (and provided oral evidence) as an expert witness regarding Workers’ Compensation matters in the British Columbia Supreme Court.
Why Choose Gosal & Company
WorkSafeBC Red Flags
- Your claim has been accepted for …
- No other condition (temporary or permanent) is accepted.
- No limitations or restrictions are accepted.
- It is not anticipated that any permanent impairment will result.
- Your file will not be referred to Disability Awards.
- You have been deemed fit to return to work without restrictions.
- Your condition has resolved.
- You have a significant pre-existing condition. No aggravation of your pre-existing condition is accepted.
- Your file has been reviewed by our Medical Advisor…I have accepted the Medical Advisor’s opinion…your claim is denied.
- There is no convincing evidence of….
- Your “chronic pain” is accepted. Your file will be referred to Disability Awards for chronic pain. (This means that the WCB has quantified your disability as 2.5% out of 100% and that any and all objective signs of medical disability will be ignored).