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

How To Recover Damages In The Event of A Personal Injury Claim

Regardless of how you sustained your injuries, there is a chance you may be entitled to certain damages in order to compensate for your injuries and injury related expenses. However, in order to be awarded these damages, you will first need to know which damages you qualify for, and what your rights as a plaintiff actually are. A personal injury lawyer in Oakville will be able to help you with this. Read More

How To Obtain Fair Compensation In Cases of Paraplegia And Quadriplegia Injury

Injuries to the spinal cord can be crushing. They can impact all aspects of life and bring such extreme and sudden change, and all as the result of a singular accident. While there still is no cure for damage done to the spinal cord, there are still measures that can be taken in order to minimize damage and ensure maximum possible mobility down the line. Read More