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Offers advice, representation and help if you have a disagreement with a decision made on your Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) claim. The Office of the Workers’ Advocate (OWA) provides free and independent services to injured workers and their families when dealing with the WCB. Visit the website for more information.
OWA can help if:
- you are an injured worker or family of an injured worker with an existing or denied WCB claim; and
- you disagree with a decision on your WCB claim.
Request assistance from the OWA by completing the online form.
WCB Appeal: 1-800-667-7590
Office of the Workers' Advocate
Office of the Workers’ Advocate
300 - 1870 Albert Street
Regina SK S4P 4W1
Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment required.
Business Line: 877-787-2456
WCB Appeal Advocate Services
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