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Alberta Workers' Compensation Consulting
AWCC is an independent advocacy service for injured workers.
We pursue relevant issues of entitlement and/or appeal on behalf of our clients. AWCC provides representation and advocacy at both levels of appeal; the Dispute Resolution and Decision Review Body (DRDRB) and the Appeals Commission (AC).
A complete review of your WCB claim file is performed. This enables preparation for submissions to the WCB and/or the appeals bodies.
AWCC communicates directly with the Worker’s Compensation Board on behalf of our clients in an effort to resolve matters of entitlement in a timely fashion, attempting to avoid the sometimes complicated appeals process.
We will complete or assist with any relevant forms, and ensured time-based deadlines are adhered to.
AWCC will receive and review correspondence from the WCB and/or the WCB appeals bodies on your behalf. We will advocate and represent your interests to secure your rightful entitlement within the scope of a comprehensive and understandable service agreement.
We are service focused and here to help you.
Kevin Becker: Founding Consultant
Kevin Becker is the founding consultant of Alberta Workers’ Compensation Consulting (formerly HAWC Consulting).
Kevin’s attention to detail and client-centric approach has been instrumental in securing the rightful entitlements for injured workers who have been denied benefits and services by the Alberta Workers' Compensation Board.
Upon completion of a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Alberta, Kevin worked for the Alberta WCB as a case manager.
Upon leaving the WCB in the mid-1990s Kevin worked as a human resource generalist, an HR consultant, and then as a Director of HR for a continuing care hospital in Edmonton.
Prior to returning to advocacy full-time, Kevin was a senior labour relations officer and led a labour relations team providing union services and representation to over 3500 University of Alberta employees.
Kevin decided to return to WCB advocacy in 2018, having been an independent WCB advocate (full-time and part-time) from 2000 to 2012. Kevin recognizes the need for further effective and affordable WCB representation.
Is it time to put over 25 years of direct and related experience to work for you?