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Dec 08, 2017 Motorcycle on Close Track Not Considered Automobile - Incident not Accident - BM v Aviva LAT 17-000907
Dec 07, 2017 Applicant has No Valid Excuse For Failing To Provide Income Information - FF v. Aviva Canada, 2017 LAT 16-000941
Dec 06, 2017 Treatment Plan Does Not Address Injuries - JS v Aviva LAT 16-002529
Dec 06, 2017 Treatment Plans Not Reasonable - Applicant v Allstate Insurance Company, LAT 16-003204
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 Applicant's Injuries All Fall Within MIG - TW v Unifund LAT 17-001129
Dec 05, 2017 Passenger Denied Insurance Information By Driver - NF v Aviva Insurance Company of Canada LAT 17-000456
Dec 05, 2017 Insurer does not act in good faith - benefits and special award approved - Alvarez and Unica
Dec 04, 2017 Denial of Benefit Not Clear and Unequivocal - Two Year Limitation Not Running - MA v Intact Insurance Company, LAT 16-003510 2017 CanLII 76933
Dec 04, 2017 Applicant Bears Onus to Prove Treatments are Reasonable and Necessary - RB v Aviva Insurance Canada, LAT 17-001238 2017
Dec 04, 2017 Family Member is PSW - Not Required to Show Economic Loss - AP 16-004363 v Coseco Insurance Company, LAT 16-004363
Dec 04, 2017 Applicant Fails to Show Complete Inability to Work - MR v State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, LAT 16-003757
Dec 04, 2017 Applicant Fails to Provide Evidence - Claim for Exclusions from MIG Denied - GC and Wawanesa LAT 17-001855
Dec 04, 2017 Car Surfing Incident is an Accident - IC v Intact Insurance Company, LAT 16-003163
Dec 04, 2017 Applicant suffers complete inability to Carry on normal life - Awarded NEBs - LM v Gore Mutual Insurance Company, LAT 16-003772
Dec 04, 2017 OCF-1 consitites a claimr for all possible weekly benefits - Conteras and State Farm
Dec 04, 2017 Causation test met - Hood falling on Driver filling washer fluid reservoir is an ''accident' pursuant to the SABs - Davis v. Aviva Canada Inc., 2017 ONSC 6173 (CanLII)
Dec 02, 2017 TD was not clear in its refusal of IRBs - Limitation clock has not begun to run - OA v TD General Insurance Company LAT 16-003897
Dec 01, 2017 Outcome of litigation in NFLD has no impact on SABs benefits in Ontario - HS and HS v Northbridge Lat 16-000915
Dec 01, 2017 Accident is clearly sole cause of impairments - LaFortune and Pafco
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