The insurance adjuster’s duty to get working becomes obvious as soon as someone has filed a 3rd party claim. The person that supervises all the adjusters then assigns that most recent claim/case to one specific adjuster. Read More
What is a long-term injury? The answer to that question comes from a study of the alternate terms for that sort of ongoing medical problem. It is also called a recurring injury or a lingering injury. Read More
You’ve heard of the term ‘punitive damages.’ It’s used most often in big lawsuits. But did you know that it’s rare for plaintiffs who take their cases to court to receive punitive damages? Well, your lawyer will tell you that! The defendant will have had to have messed up big time for you to even hope about getting punitive damages in most instances. Read More
If you sustained injuries during an accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to making a personal injury claim to get compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company. This compensation must cover all the expenses related to your injury, whether pecuniary or nonpecuniary. Read More
The consequences of a spinal cord injury are always transformational. Just think about the cost of all treatments and the price of all adaptations that will be required for your house. And this is not even all of it. Overall, the cost of living will increase a lot if such a thing were to happen to you or any close family member. Read More
In Ontario, the dog’s owner is responsible for any injuries, unless the evidence has suggested that the victim had provoked the biting canine.
What damages would the insurance company be expected to cover? Read More