Coworkers’ Prank Not PTSD

A liquor store clerk who claimed post-traumatic stress disorder after coworkers hid her shoes cannot claim workers’ compensation, the New Brunswick Court of Appeal has ruled. Anxiety over the prank “clearly did not meet the diagnostic criteria” for PTSD, said the Court: ‘She is worried her colleagues will do the same thing again.’

This content is for Blacklock’s Reporter members only. Please login to view this content. (Register here.)

Back to Top