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If you have received severe head trauma in a serious car accident, you may be suffering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, the two most common causes of brain injuries are falls and motor vehicle accidents. An estimated 17 000 Canadians suffer a brain injury each year….
Are You Eligible? What if My Disability Didn’t Happen at Work? Even if you receive your LTD coverage through your employer, you don’t need to have been injured at work to qualify for long- term disability benefits. LTD insurance isn’t there to compensate you for workplace accidents – it’s to replace your income if you become unable to work….
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A motor vehicle accident can lead to serious injuries, such as broken bones. A bone will break when it can’t withstand the pressure exerted upon it, such as with the impact of a car accident. Signs and symptoms of broken bones include: A deformed joint or limb Pain with movement or gentle pressure Bone that…
If you were wrongfully denied Long Term Disability benefits, or they were wrongfully terminated, you may consider suing the insurance company to obtain your benefits. We are answering the most commonly asked questions regarding suing the insurance company. Who do I sue? In most Long Term Disability cases, you sue the insurance company that is…