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Mar 16, 2018 Insurer is Intractable and Rejects Plaintiff's Offers at Mediation Forcing Trial - Persampieri v. Hobbs, 2018 ONSC 368 (CanLII)
Mar 11, 2018 Applicant with pre-existing brain damage awarded NEB and ACB benefits after CAT determination - MacLeod and Coachman FSCO A12-006873
Feb 27, 2018 Blood Test Developed to Detect Concussion
Feb 16, 2018 Applicant's Treatment Plans Do Not Show Treatment Reasonable and Necessary - Applicant v Pembridge LAT 17-000162
Feb 09, 2018 Applicant provides inconsistent testimony to a wide range of assessors and fails to prove treatment is reasonable and necessary - MTR v Aviva LAT 17-001721
Feb 08, 2018 Applicant removed from MIG on basis of psychological impairment resulting from accident - Applicant v RBC LAT 16-002047
Feb 05, 2018 Applicant's injuries fall within MIG - LAT 16-004175 JD v Aviva
Jan 31, 2018 Applicant Shows Treatments Are Reasonable and Necessary - Applicant v State Farm LAT 16-004375
Jan 30, 2018 Pre-existing injury removes applicant from MIG - Applicant v Wawanesa LAT 16-001732 2017 CanLII 81594 (ON LAT)
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 Without a Written Diagnosis of Chronic Pain there is No Diagnosis
Jan 25, 2018 A determination that psychological injuries exceed MIG does not mean benefits for physical injuries also fall outside MIG
Jan 24, 2018 LAT has no authority to force payments beyond what is approved in treatment plan - SB State Farm LAT 17-003290
Jan 24, 2018 Pre-Existing Conditions Do Not Limit Recovery Under MIG
Jan 24, 2018 Applicant shows treatment plans are reasonable and necessary - Applicant v travelers LAT 16-003313
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)
Jan 23, 2018 Applicant is not forthright - testimony not reliable - IRBs denied - TT v Certas LAT 16-003055
Jan 22, 2018 Costs claimed for assessment were for reasonable and necessary treatment and were within permitted monetary amounts - Insurer errs - DP v Aviva LAT 000636
Jan 22, 2018 Applicant's Injuries Outside MIG but fails to show additional treatments are reasonable and necessary - Applicant v Wawanesa LAT 17-001083
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Personal Injury Blog

Jul 13, 2020
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Jul 02, 2020
Have you been hurt in a cycling accident? Did a car hit you or cause you to fall? You may be eligible for compensation.
Jun 18, 2020
It’s no cup of tea – but spilling hot tea in the car is not considered a car accident in this case - M.P. v Allstate Insurance Company of Canada, 2020 CanLII 30398 (ON LAT)
Jun 16, 2020
New TBI Report Card Released for Ontario
May 19, 2020
Birth Trauma Injury
Apr 02, 2020
Cost Of Catastrophic Impairment Assessment Paid Outside Of Person’s Medical And Rehab Limits – RB v. RSA

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