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Oct 31, 2017 Treatment Plan Not Reasonable or Necessary - CL v Wawanesa - 16-002085
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 Treatment costs properly incurred - KS v Dominion - 16-002099 v The Dominion 2017 CanLII 59510 (ON LAT)
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
Oct 25, 2017 Notion of Proportionality Applies - Insurer Must Produce Adjuster Logs - Annie Chen v Unifund - 17-001476 v Unifund
Oct 25, 2017 CAT designation appropriate and IRBs awarded in Motorcycle accident - The Applicant v Jevco - 16-002000 v Jevco
Oct 24, 2017 Injuries fall within MIG and notices of denial are correct - Applicant v Security - 16-003024 v Security
Oct 24, 2017 LAT uses incorrect standard of proof, reconsideration allowed - AT v Aviva - 16-001934 v Aviva
Oct 23, 2017 Applicant Fails to Make case for Benefits - Applicant v Aviva - 17-001178
Oct 21, 2017 Applicant Fails to Prove Change in Life Post Accident - M. R. v Aviva Canada - 16-001739 v Aviva 2017 CanLII 62162 (ON LAT)
Oct 20, 2017 Treatments Are Not Shown Proven Reasonable or Necessary - SS v RBC - 17-000782 v RBC Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 59500 (ON LAT)
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 Failure to provide OCF3 results in claim for NEB being denied
Oct 17, 2017 Applicant shows treatments are reasonable and necessary - FP and Aviva 16-002861 v Aviva Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 62160 (ON LAT)
Oct 17, 2017 IE's Not Medically Warranted and Will Result in Further Delays to Hearing of Case
Oct 16, 2017 Failure to prove injury is category 4 impairment due to mental or behavioural disorder results in denial of CAT claim
Oct 11, 2017 Treatment Plans Reasonable and Insurer Must Pay Award, Interest, and Benefits - FP v Aviva Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 62160 (ON LAT 16-002861)
Oct 05, 2017 Minnesota Car Insurance limits inadequate in Canadian context - Hartley v. Security National
Sep 29, 2017 Insured has reached full recovery - JH v The Personal Insurance Company- LAT 17-000208
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