Blog Archive - "Automobile Accident Benefits"

Showing posts under "Automobile Accident Benefits"
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Dec 28, 2017 Private collateral benefits represent income - IRBs reduced to $0 - Amini and AIG
Dec 27, 2017 Police Ticket Pedestrian Hit By Car
Dec 24, 2017 Applicant Contradicts Own Evidence - Chronic Pain Treatment Plan Denied - Applicant v The Personal LAT 17-002301
Dec 23, 2017 Chronic Pain Moves Applicant Out of MIG - Applicant v The Co-operators, LAT 16-004674
Dec 22, 2017 Applicant proves he has CAT injury - Mitchell and Commonwell
Dec 21, 2017 Insurance and New Technology
Dec 21, 2017 Insured provides no medical evidence to establish entitlement to benefits - Applicant v Aviva Insurance, LAT 17-000760
Dec 18, 2017 Entitlement to Benefits Partially Shown - Paridis-Blais and Aviva
Dec 16, 2017 Injured Man Proves His Case of Chronic Pain and Treatment Outside MIG Approved - Yakubu and Wawanesa
Dec 15, 2017 Payments from family owned corporation are income - IRBs denied - Cariati and Wawanesa
Dec 15, 2017 ACBs Paid at the written Form 1 rate not on disputed verbal rate - Weaver and Aviva
Dec 14, 2017 Adjudicator Determines What is Reasonable and Necessary - GR v Aviva Insurance Canada, LAT 17-001146
Dec 14, 2017 Psychological impairments place applicant outside MIG - Applicant v Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (MVACF) LAT 17--000665
Dec 13, 2017 NEB and Medical Treatments denied as applicant fails to show entitlement - Applicant v Aviva Insurance, LAT 17-002240
Dec 12, 2017 Psychological Impairment Falls Outside MIG - Applicant v Certas LAT 16-002287
Dec 11, 2017 Impairments not shown to entitle applicant to IRBs - Applicant v Pafco Insurance, LAT 16-003683
Dec 11, 2017 Applicant fails to show injuries fall outside MIG or pre-existing medical condition - VS v The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company, LAT 17-001670
Dec 09, 2017 Pre-existing injuries remove applicant from MIG - IA v Unifund Claims Inc, LAT 17-000785
Dec 08, 2017 Applicant Statute Barred from Proceeding with Claim - SK v Allstate Insurance Company of Canada LAT 16-004212
Dec 08, 2017 Applicant Fails to Show Any Treatment Plan Reasonable or Necessary - Applicant v Aviva Insurance Company LAT 17-001922

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