Disability Claims for Self-Employed Professionals If you are self-employed and have purchased a disability insurance policy, you have assumed that this policy serves as income replacement if you are unable to run your business for a period of time due … Continue reading

How You Can Lose Your Long Term Disability Compensation Have you applied for Long Term Disability coverage and have the feeling you are being followed while out in public? If you have submitted an application for disability or are collecting … Continue reading

Disability Insurance: Expansion of Special Costs   Introduction A recent BC Court of Appeal case, Tanious v. The Empire Life Insurance Company, 2019 BCCA 329 [Tanious], gives disability insurance claimants who take their insurers to court greater prospects of obtaining … Continue reading

There are a number of differences between countries when litigating personal injury cases in Canada versus the United States. While the two legal systems generally share the same core values and principles and basic notions of rule of law, there … Continue reading

When Good Pets Go Bad: What You Need To Know About Personal Injury Claims (via www.thepetblog.net) Thanks to Guest Author W.T. Johnson for this article. Americans love their pets, which can range from more common pets like dogs and cats … Continue reading

When is a Personal Injury Claim Worth Pursuing? (via http://www.eLawsuit.com) Simply being alive creates numerous opportunities for people to be injured. An individual could literally be doing nothing more than enjoying a cup of iced coffee at their favorite restaurant … Continue reading

Social Media in Personal Injury Litigation (Or Your Posts Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law) (via SBWire) Social media has opened up a new world of discovery in the litigation process. The fact is … Continue reading