An insurance company looks closely at the nature of the injury reported by any accident victim that submits a claim. Was it a simple or complex injury? What sort of liability protection did the policy holder have? The answers to those questions influence the insurance company’s view of a given injury’s value. (more…)
Month: August 2019
How To Demonstrate The Credibility of A Long-Term Disability Claim?
When a court examines the justification for a long-term disability claim, it studies the doctors’ opinions and the results from medical tests. It also tries to evaluate the credibility of the testimony from the person that has submitted the request for long term disability coverage. (more…)
What To Do If Injured In Subway?
No one wants to get injured while traveling down a passage that leads to a form or underground transportation. By the same token, no one wants to get injured while riding a subway. Still, accidents happen everywhere, even in subways. What steps should a victim take, following an accident in or around a subway? (more…)
Ontario’s Restrictions On Damage Awards For Pain And Suffering
Ontario has not called for an end to the practice of compensating the victims of a car accident. However, that Canadian province has chosen to place restrictions on the size of an award for pain and suffering. (more…)
New Rules For Drivers On Ontario’s Roads
The government of Ontario continues to place stiff fines on any driver that sits behind the steering wheel while under the influence of alcohol. Yet in the past, such fines did not punish those drivers that attempted to pay attention to both the road and some type of distraction. In order to solve that problem, Ontario’s legislative body has passed some new laws. (more…)