Fraser Valley Employment, Injury & Disability Law*
Fraser Valley Employment, Injury & Disability Law*

Our Cases

In this case successfully argued by Ash R. Ayliffe through a full trial in BC Supreme Court in which his Client became disabled
and could no longer work as a result of a motor vehicle accident, his client was awarded over $250,000, despite little damage to the vehicles and his advanced retirement age. This was in the face of ICBC had offered less than $50,000!
2013bcsc231 (1) - Hood v Wrigley.pdf
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FV Employment & Disability Law recently won an Appeal at the Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal,
overturning a decision of WorkSafeBC that will result in compensation of over $115,000 to our Client.
2015-03295.pdf
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Ash R. Ayliffe recently successfully defended Xerox Canada Inc.’s application to dismiss his Client’s Complaint
to the BC Human Rights Tribunal that its employee maternity leave commission policy was discriminatory.
Xerox Decision.pdf
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After WorkSafeBC’s initial denial, FV Employment & Disability Law successfully applied to WorkSafeBC for the acceptance of our Client’s injuries, resulting in compensation of approximately $45,000.
2015-11-05 - WSBC decision - permanent c[...]
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FV Employment & Disability Law successfully applied for a reconsideration of a decision of the Workers Compensation Appeal Tribunal
after we identified patently unreasonable errors in the original decision. On reconsideration, the denial of WorkSafeBC was overturned in favour of acceptance of our Client’s injuries following a work-related motor vehicle accident.
2014-01-23 - LF WCAT - decision.pdf
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2015-07-15 - LF WCAT - decision.pdf
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Ash R. Ayliffe’s Client, a Sikh Priest successfully defeated his employer’s appeal and application for reconsideration of the initial
appeal decision, preserving the Director of Employment Standard’s initial Determination of entitlement to wages on the part of Mr. Ayliffe’s Clients and numerous finable breaches of the BC Employment Standards Act by his opposing employer. See the attached Appeal decision of the BC Employment Standards Tribunal and the Tribunal’s decision on the employer’s application for re-consideration of the same decision in both cases.
2015-03-26 - LF EST encl Decision No RD0[...]
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FV Employment & Disability Law achieved a successful result for a local Fraser Valley business owner after a three day trial.
2015-05-26 - Reasons for Judgment.pdf
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Ash R. Ayliffe, successfully represented his disabled client through trial in BC Supreme Court in Chilliwack.
His Client was awarded $40,000 for being hit off bike by dog.
Gallant v. Slootweg, 2014 BCSC 1579.pdf
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The Employment Standards Tribunal confirmed an award of just over $20,000 to Ash R. Ayliffe’s Client
after finding she was terminated for making a complaint to the Director of Employment Standards about her employment conditions. This represents one of the largest awards ever made under s. 83 of the Employment Standards Act.
Metasoft_Systems_Inc._(Re),_[2012]_B.C.E[...]
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Ash R. Ayliffe was counsel in this novel case regarding deductibility of employment standards penalties from severance.
Roy_v._Metasoft_Systems_Inc.,_[2013]_B.C[...]
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A decision of the Director of Employment Standards wherein Ash R. Ayliffe successfully argued that our client was protected by its Full and Final Release.
Director of Employment Standards Decisio[...]
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The Court found that FV Employment & Disability Law's Client, a paramedic, was constructively dismissed and awarded severance.
In a separate decision, the Court awarded $2,500 in costs based on the defendant’s failure to accept a reasonable pre-trial offer.
Soucie v. Icefields Paramedic.pdf
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Read a Canada Pension Plan Review Tribunal Judgement successfully argued by Ash R. Ayliffe.
Review Tribunal Decision.pdf
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FV Employment & Disability Law resisted an argument from defence counsel that the BC Provincial Court did not have jurisdiction to hear an action brought on a judgment.
A-1 Insulators Inc. v. Lalli Developmen[...]
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