Does Long Term Disability Claim Count Gradual Return To Work Plan And Provisions of Rehabilitation?

If you are receiving benefits due to an accident, you may not understand all the words that are in the insurance policies and documents regarding your injury and accident, as well as what is covered and what is not. What is meant by these words can lead you to feel uncertain of coverage or wonder if you have paid into it all these years and won’t receive a dime of it back. Read More

Facts Hidden By Insurance Companies About Long-Term Disability Claims

If you suffer with a disability, you are probably also feeling the pinch of not having enough money at the end of the month. If you have long term disability policies, then you can file a claim to get your benefits so that you can have enough income coming in until you can get back on by your feet and back to work. There are many disability conditions and your insurance policy should give you all the details explaining which one you would most likely qualify for. This is the type of insurance that you have paid all your life for; so you can use it when you can’t get to work due to an injury or illness. Read More

More On The Rise In Auto Insurance Prices In Ontario

Regardless of wherever you are, where there is roadside traffic, there are also accidents. The rate of those which take place in Ontario is definitely the lowest in the country. With this in mind, the prices which are actually associated with the insurances tend to keep rising. In 2017, we will definitely witness another serious and rather significant increase. So, what does this mean? How do you keep your insurance rate from getting tremendously high? Read More

What To Do After Receiving A Long Term Disability Denial Letter?

The truth is that one of the most nerve-wrecking times in one’s life could be the period after he/she has gone through a serious injury. Long-term disability is undoubtedly tremendously challenging and it’s something that could bring a lot of turmoil in your life. Trying to live with limited mobility or being on the bed as an invalid can be devastating. And, at the moment that you learn you’ve been denied your long-term disability benefits, you might lose all hope, thinking that your condition is making your life a misery. Read More

Know About The Claim Mistakes To Avoid

Trying to get your compensation after an injury is definitely something quite challenging. As such, it requires quite a lot of aforethought, professional legal assistance and absolute perfection when it comes to handling the claim. There are a lot of mistakes that you might make throughout the entire process, some of which could cost you the compensation. Read More

All About Notifying The Parties In A Personal Injury Case

If you have fallen victim of an accident and you want to get reparation for the damages you’ve had to incur, you need to notify anyone who might be found responsible. Here is where some people trip over because they think they need to know who the “at fault” party actually is. This is not the case – you need to file a Letter Of Intent towards the people or entities that you just think are at fault. This may include the company owning the bus driven by the other party in the accident, third parties who took part and others of the kind. The fault determination comes at a stage which is much later in Ontario. Read More

How To Defend Yourself In A Personal Injury Case?

There are quite a few different things that you might want to take into consideration when it comes to the actual defense in a personal injury case. One of the most important ones, is the way you should proceed with your defense, if you are on the receiving end of a claim. If you’ve been summoned as a defendant under a personal injury claim, you need to make sure that you undertake the best approach in order to conveniently handle the case without having to pay a tremendous amount of money. After all, you are looking for ways to save more. Read More

Consequences of Leaving The Scene After Hit And Run Accident

If you are involved in a hit-and-run accident is not a good thing for either party involved. Why the victim is left injured and alone? The defendant who left the scene of the accident will face penalties by law when caught. It is never a good idea to leave the scene of an accident. Even if no one else was involved, you will still be penalized for doing so. It is always best to contact help and law enforcement right away and go through the process of dealing with what happened. While you may still face consequences they will be far less serious than those faced when convicted of a hit-and-run. To clarify, a hit-and-run consists of an automobile accident including other drivers, animals, or inanimate objects where the at-fault driver leaves the scene before law enforcement has assessed and recorded the situation. It can also happen anywhere, not just a road. If you are leaving a parking lot, after hitting a parked car falls into this category. Read More