Places to go for help
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
May be able to assist if you were injured at work or during the course of your employment. Claims must be made within 6 months of injury.
- 1-800-387-5540 (Canada)
- 1-800-387-0750 (Ontario)
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board
May be able to assist if you were a victim of crime. Claims must be filed within 2 years of the incident.
Ontario Human Rights Commission
May be able to help if you have been discriminated against or terminated inappropriately from your employment.
Canada Pension Plan
May be able to help if you have questions about retirement and disability pensions, death benefits, children and survivor benefits.
The Ontario Brain Injury Association
May be able to help a person suffering from a brain injury and his or her family deal with the aftermath of a brain injury.
The Canadian Paraplegic Association of Ontario
May be able to assist people with spinal injuries and their families/caregivers.
The Ontario Trial Lawyers' Association
May be able to assist with the latest news on car insurance in Ontario, as well as finding a personal injury lawyer in your area.
The Law Society of Upper Canada
May be able to assist with finding a lawyer, checking a lawyer’s credentials or practice status, or filing a complaint.