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Jan 22, 2018 Applicant fails to show pre-existing condition will prevent him from maximal recovery in MIG
Jan 22, 2018 Costs not incurred, treamtent plans not reasonable or necessary, collateral beneftis exists; application denied - Applicant v Aviva LAT 17-002313
Jan 21, 2018 Video surveillance captures one hour over 56 hours of surveillance - not indicative of any pattern of activity
Jan 21, 2018 Insurer Misses Broken Bones in Adjusting Claim - Applicant is Removed from MIG - PM v RBC LAT 16-001611
Jan 19, 2018 Applicant fails to provide evidence her injuries fall outside of MIG - Applicant V Aviva LAT 16-001990
Jan 15, 2018 Lack of Applicant's Credibility and Inconsistent Testimony Leads to IRBs Being Denied
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 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 08, 2017 Applicant Fails to Show Any Treatment Plan Reasonable or Necessary - Applicant v Aviva Insurance Company LAT 17-001922
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 04, 2017 Applicant Bears Onus to Prove Treatments are Reasonable and Necessary - RB v Aviva Insurance Canada, LAT 17-001238 2017
Nov 22, 2017 Non-Drug Treatments for Pain
Oct 31, 2017 Treatment Plan Not Reasonable or Necessary - CL v Wawanesa - 16-002085
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 26, 2017 Applicant does not provide persuasive evidence addressing treatment and assessments to be reasonable or necessary - JR and Certas - 16-003921 v Certas Home and Auto Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 5950
Oct 25, 2017 Treatment Plan not shown reasonable or necessary - RR and Aviva - 16-001627 v Aviva
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