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Jan 26, 2018 Applicant Fails to Establish Entitlement to ACBs - NN v Certas LAT 17-001002
Jan 26, 2018 Failure to keep good records and to show worsening of quality of life lead to denial of claims
Jan 26, 2018 Applicant Entitled To Hire Attendant From Similar Culture
Jan 24, 2018 Applicant repeatedly refuses to attend IE - precluded from proceeding with LAT claim - RD v Aviva LAT 17-000851 2017 CanLII 81579 (ON LAT)
Dec 22, 2017 Applicant proves he has CAT injury - Mitchell and Commonwell
Dec 15, 2017 ACBs Paid at the written Form 1 rate not on disputed verbal rate - Weaver and Aviva
Dec 08, 2017 Applicant Fails to Show Any Treatment Plan Reasonable or Necessary - Applicant v Aviva Insurance Company LAT 17-001922
Dec 05, 2017 Applicant fails to attend IE but limitation clock does not begin to run - RA v Intact Insurance Company LAT 16-003508
Dec 05, 2017 Insurer does not act in good faith - benefits and special award approved - Alvarez and Unica
Dec 04, 2017 Family Member is PSW - Not Required to Show Economic Loss - AP 16-004363 v Coseco Insurance Company, LAT 16-004363
Oct 31, 2017 Paying for Marijuana and Marijuana Growing Equipment Represents Duplication fo Payment
Oct 27, 2017 Treatment costs properly incurred - KS v Dominion - 16-002099 v The Dominion 2017 CanLII 59510 (ON LAT)
Oct 25, 2017 Applicant fails to Provide Treatment Plans to Show Treatments are Reasonable and Necessary - AH v Belair - 16-001063 v Belair
Oct 18, 2017 Res judicata does not apply - case can be heard - MK and Aviva - 16-003909 v Aviva Insurance Canada, 2017 CanLII 59502 (ON LAT)
Oct 18, 2017 Applicant fails to appeal to LAT within 2 Years - ST v Economical Mutual Insurance Company- 16-003034 v Economical 2017 CanLII 59507 (ON LAT)
Oct 16, 2017 Failure to prove injury is category 4 impairment due to mental or behavioural disorder results in denial of CAT claim
Sep 26, 2017 Each application for ACB is a new application - res judicata does not apply - MK v Aviva Insurance Canada, 2017 CanLII 59502 - ON LAT 16-003909
Sep 20, 2017 CAT designation refused but OCF costs approved
Sep 11, 2017 Applicant found to lack all credibility - Claims for caregiver and attendant care benefits denied
Aug 02, 2017 Benefitis can be retroactively approved in case where injuries clearly fall outside MIG - YCTT v Certas LAT 16-000872
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Jan 13, 2020
Insurer must pay more than $2000 for housing report assessment, and Interest, and Special Award - Malitskiy and Unica - LAT 18-010164/AABS
Dec 10, 2019
Basic Level Of Auto Insurance is Not Enough If You Are Hurt in A Car Accident
Nov 14, 2019
Two-Year Limitation Period is a ‘Hard Limit” – Case is a hard pill to swallow - Tomec v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2019 ONCA 839
Jun 10, 2019
Applicant hit by motorcycle makes case for CAT impairment - 18-000169 KS v TD Home and Auto Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 22189 (ON LAT)
May 15, 2019
Applicant successful in ACB claim well after limitation period due to highly unusual circumstances - 18-000790 CW v Jevco Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 22200 (ON LAT)
May 11, 2019
Were the CAT impairments due to the accident and were costs ‘incurred’ - Pucci v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2019 ONSC 1706

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