This is part two of our long-term disability benefits series. You can read part one here.
In this six-part series we will be discussing some of the major court decisions regarding long-term disability benefits from across Canada in 2020.
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating, often leaving victims with severe impairments such as quadriplegia, paraplegia, loss of bowel and bladder function, or permanent neuropathic pain.
If your vehicle has been substantially damaged or written-off following a motor vehicle accident, you likely have questions about compensation, and little information at your disposal.
An injury that impacts your ability to perform household tasks like cooking, cleaning, laundry, or yardwork can quickly put the value of your ability to do those things into perspective.
On October 9, 2020 the Honourable Justice Kendell issued her decision in Barbe v Evans, 2020 ABQB 599.
Previously on this blog we have written about the most common injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents (MVAs).
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