|Tips for Making a successful Disability Claim
||Apr 08, 2021
||Disability insurers commonly deny legitimate claims for Canadians who are genuinely disabled. Avoid potential pitfalls by understanding what’s involved in making a successful long-term disability claim.
|What to do if you’re hit by an Unidentified (Hit and Run) Driver
||Mar 11, 2021
||Pedestrians, cyclists and other motorists are entitled to claim accident benefits if they suffered an injury and losses caused by a hit and run driver. Understand your obligations to report the incident and about your legal right to compensation
|Avoid having your Disability Claim denied for being Too Late
||Feb 14, 2021
||There is a limitation period for making a claim for denied disability benefits and if you miss the deadline, you may be legally barred from receiving benefits. Clarke v. Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada is a disability claim dispute involving a claimant who delayed in appealing her denied disability claim and as a result, the disability insurer motioned to have the action dismissed for being past the limitation period. Learn about claim deadlines to ensure you don’t submit your application or appeal too late.
|When you sustain Broken Bones in a Car Accident
||Jan 10, 2021
||Motor vehicle accidents, particularly those involving pedestrians and cyclists, often result in broken bones and fractures, and sometimes, such accidents cause severe and life-changing injuries. If you sustained broken bones in an accident, you may be eligible to claim disability benefits, no fault accident benefits and/or seek damages from the at fault driver.