Sarj Gosal


 

Sarj Gosal is a BC lawyer practising in the areas of WCB claims and appeals and CPP disability appeals. He was born and raised in Vancouver, BC and obtained a Bachelors in Political Science (May 1988) and a Law Degree (LLB, May 1992) from the University of British Columbia. He was called to the Bar in May 1993.

 

Mr. Gosal has successfully represented a large number of disabled workers (over 3,200) and has extensive experience dealing with WCB and CPP claims and appeals.

 

Mr. Gosal has been qualified (and provided oral evidence) as an expert regarding workers' compensation matters in the British Columbia Supreme Court.

 

Professional Memberships and Associations:
Member of Law Society of BC
Member of Canadian Bar Association (BC Branch)

 

 

 

Ashley Smith


 

Ashley Smith is a BC lawyer practising in the areas of WCB claims and appeals and CPP disability appeals. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Japanese from Smith College in 2012 and a Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia in 2015. Ashley was called to the Bar in January 2017.

 

 

 

Kirsten Brokop


 

Kirsten Brokop was born and raised in Langley, B.C. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Geography from the University of British Columbia (BA, 2012) and spent a year interning with UBC Student Housing & Hospitality Services before returning to UBC to complete her Juris Doctor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law (JD, 2016). While at law school, Kirsten volunteered with the Legal Services Society, West Coast Environmental Law, and as a reader for legal texts with Crane Library for those with sight disabilities. Kirsten’s anticipated call to the Bar is September 2017.

 

 



" Thank you for the very dignified and accurate way you dealt with WorkSafeBC on my behalf.

 

On reviewing my file, it is very obvious that I, as a severely injured worker, did not have the ability to deal with WorkSafeBC. The case worker did not have any compassion to what I had gone through on the day of injury, hostpial stay and long-term healing, nor was of any assistance forthcoming. In fact, my WorkSafeBC file was on the way to "no" where. Every time it seemed something good was about to happen, the "no" adjective was forthcoming, and every request denied.

 

Your depth of knowledge with WorkSafeBC, and advice to me, resulted in the correct action being taken at each step of the process, ie. appeals etc. With the excellent actions taken, my file was concluded in a 100% total satisfied way. Sir, I recommend you and your staff to anyone who has had a WorkSafeBC program injury.

 

Thank you to you and all your staff for a just reward you attained for me. Well done. I am sincerely satisfied."

- Wayne F. Popp

 

 

 

Appealing a Workers' Compensation Decision. REVIEW DIVISION & WCAT
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