|What you need to know if you’re claiming CPP Disability Benefits
||Oct 11, 2020
||Persons suffering from a severe and prolonged medical condition that prevents them from working are entitled to claim disability benefits from the Canada Pension Plan. Learn what’s involved in making a claim and what to do if your application is denied
|Why Accident Victims sometimes sue their own Family Members for Negligence
||Sep 14, 2020
||If a family member was at fault in causing injury, in a car accident or another circumstance involving negligence, injured persons may be forced to sue a family member in order to get compensation for their losses. However, it’s typically the insurance company and not the named ‘defendant’ (or ‘at fault’ person) who provides the legal defence and ultimately pays the awarded damages in personal injury lawsuits.
|Claiming Disability Benefits for Covid-19
||Aug 11, 2020
||Serious Covid-19 symptoms can prevent a person from working for several months and in some cases, can cause a serious long-term health condition. Persons suffering from disabling symptoms may claim short- or long-term disability benefits against their disability insurance plan.
|Pandemic laws enacted to combat the spread of Covid-19 in Canada
||Jul 01, 2020
||Governments at all levels in Canada have invoked laws or orders to prevent the spread of Covid-19. For the most part, pandemic laws enacted during this crisis have been viewed as necessary by Canadians and there has been little pushback, but time will tell if government oversight and orders were appropriate and sufficient.