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Generally, notice that the case has been indexed is sent by the Board via form EC-84, Notice of Indexing, which includes the date on which the notice of indexing was sent to the employer and its insurance carrier.
Where an employer and its insurer decide to controvert a workers' compensation claim by asserting that there was no accident and/or that the injury did not arise out of and in the course of employment, the failure to file a Notice of Controversy (C-7 form) within the prescribed time limit can be fatal.
Whether an accident arose out of and in the course of one's employment is a question of fact for the Workers' Compensation Board (Board) to decide.
Consequently, there is an abundance of case law providing guidance to the practitioner as to whether certain facts and circumstances resulting in an injury may qualify as an accidental injury under the WCL.
In order to analyze whether an accident arose out of and in the course of employment, two conditions must be met.
First, the accident occurred "in the course of employment," meaning that the accident occurs during a period of time in which the claimant is working or performing the activity he or she was hired to perform.
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