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

If I Am Injured On The Job, Can I Sue My Employer In Ontario?

In Ontario, workers’ compensation exists to offer benefits to employees in the case they are injured on the job. Workers’ compensation benefits are meant, in theory, to quickly and efficiently offer financial aid to employees who have suffered injuries in the course of employment without having to sue the employer. These benefits are available to all employees, regardless of how they are hurt. Read More