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
Category: Personal Injury Law
What Expenses Arise During Litigation of A Personal Injury Case?
Litigation can be expensive. Yet lawyers do not use the term “expense,” when referring to money that covers the charge for a particular service, one performed by a client’s legal team. Instead that expense gets called a cost. Certain costs arise during the course of a trial. Read More
Method For Determining Pain And Suffering Damages
Insurance companies have no one method for determining the extent of a claimant’s pain and suffering. At the present time, they normally select one of 3 different methods. Read More
How Value of Claim Depends On Evidence of Long Term Injury
Both lawyers and insurance companies ask this question, regarding a client’s or policy holder’s injuries: To what extent does the injury affect the victim’s life? Read More
Can Volunteers Become Subject To A Liability Charge?
Volunteers get held responsible for their own acts, or their failure to act. Some organizations provide their volunteers with liability protection. That approach to possible liability issues gets used frequently by emergency response programs. Read More
Calculation of Pain And Suffering Caused By Someone’s Negligence
The legal system defines negligence as careless and neglectful behavior. That is the sort of behavior that can trigger the occurrence of an accident. If that accident results in harming others, those that were harmed can seek compensation for their pain and suffering. Read More
Procedure To Follow After Filing Personal Injury Claim
Even though a series of hectic and confusing events fills the timeline of an accident, anyone hurt during the occurrence of those same events must follow a defined procedure, in order to win any sort of compensation. Members of the legal profession refer to that defined procedure as a lawsuit. Read More
How To Get Compensated When Hit By Unidentified, Uninsured Or Underinsured Driver?
Both insurance companies and the government want motorists on the road to travel in a vehicle that has been insured. Consequently, there exist various ways for covering the damages caused by an uninsured or underinsured driver. Read More
Comparing STD Benefits And LTD Benefits
Like any location where some workers in a pool of employees get sick or injured, Ontario’s employers must deal with requests for short term disability (STD) and long-term disability (LTD) benefits. Those same employers have to bear that responsibility on an ongoing basis. Consequently, employees in that named Canadian city often seek details on both types of benefits. Read More
What To Do When Long Term Disability Claim Is Denied?
Ontario has more than one company that sells long term disability insurance. Moreover, among all of Ontario’s institutions and businesses, there is more than one that provides eligible employees with long term disability (LTD) benefits. Consequently, the recipient of a denial letter should check to see if the denied application was sent to a group plan, one that had been made available through the applicant’s employer. Read More