Blog Archive - "Automobile Accident Benefits"

Showing posts under "Automobile Accident Benefits"
Release Date Title
Nov 30, 2017 Applicant meets two-part test - death is result of accident - TD and Wawanesa Lat 16-001535
Nov 29, 2017 Applicant's Pain and Psychiatric Issues are not Marked - Not Catastrophically Impaired - ML and Security
Nov 29, 2017 Is having a 'momentary lapse' behind the wheel ever an excuse for killing a pedestrian?
Nov 28, 2017 Pre-existing conditions not worsened - application for NEBs denied - MB v Certas
Nov 27, 2017 Applicant in two accidents - Both Minor - No NEB or IRBs - Knott and State Farm
Nov 21, 2017 Changes Coming to Ontario Auto Insurance To Protect Victims
Nov 21, 2017 Motorcycles cause ten per cent of all motor vehicle deaths in Ontario and cost the health care system six times the amount of car crashes
Nov 13, 2017 Driving restrictions fall to MTO not parole conditions
Nov 09, 2017 Phones Down, Heads Up - Protects Pedestrians and Places Onus for Safety on Them
Nov 02, 2017 Pedestrian Safety Should be A Priority
Nov 01, 2017 Applicant fails to provide information requested - LK and Guarantee - 16-003577
Oct 31, 2017 Treatment Plan Not Reasonable or Necessary - CL v Wawanesa - 16-002085
Oct 31, 2017 Paying for Marijuana and Marijuana Growing Equipment Represents Duplication fo Payment
Oct 30, 2017 Credibility and Failure to Provide Evidence Results in Denial of NEBs - MH and Certas 16-003657 v Certas Direct Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 59506 (ON LAT)
Oct 27, 2017 Applicant shows that but for being on the bus the accident wouldn't have occurred - Applicant by Litigation Guardian and Aviva - 16-000218 v Aviva 2017 CanLII 56680 (ON LAT)
Oct 27, 2017 Insufficient Evidence Provided to Warrant Benefits - SU v Wawanesa - 16-003333 v Wawanesa 2017 CanLII 59508 (ON LAT)
Oct 27, 2017 Treatment costs properly incurred - KS v Dominion - 16-002099 v The Dominion 2017 CanLII 59510 (ON LAT)
Oct 27, 2017 Documented previous injuries underplayed in IE - applicant's injuries fall outside MIG - CW v Unifund - 16-003336 v Unifund
Oct 25, 2017 Too many inconsistencies in assessments leads to denial of benefits - CA v Dominion - 16-004033 v The Dominion 2017 CanLII 63662
Oct 25, 2017 Applicant fails to Provide Treatment Plans to Show Treatments are Reasonable and Necessary - AH v Belair - 16-001063 v Belair

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