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A personal support worker seeking work? You’re an attendant care provider, arbitrator rules

February 7, 2018 by Jason Contant

A catastrophically impaired driver can claim expenses incurred for attendant care services provided by his mother, a personal support worker [PSW] who was not employed when she cared for her son at the time of his accident, an Ontario arbitrator

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How Ontario tribunal looks at professional attendant care providers

January 31, 2018 by Jason Contant

The Ontario Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) seems to have extended the categories of individuals who are found to be professional providers for the purposes of attendant care, Philippa Samworth, partner at Dutton Brock LLP, said on Tuesday. Speaking at the

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BIP Talk aims to let brokers ‘better understand’ underlying problems with Ontario auto insurance: Forgeron

August 25, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

More than four months after the release of David Marshall’s report on auto insurance, Insurance Bureau of Canada’s president and chief executive officer is hoping Ontario’s brokers will “add their voice” to calls from the industry to “fundamentally overhaul” auto

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Intact has yet to see ‘full impact’ of 2016 change to Ontario auto catastrophic impairment criteria

August 3, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

It has been more than a year since Ontario changed its criteria for catastrophic impairment and reduced the mandatory coverage for accident benefits, but the “long tail profile” of accident benefits claims means the Ontario reforms “have not fully been

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Q1 combined ratio ex-MYA 101.6% for Desjardins General Insurance

May 16, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Desjardins General Insurance Group reported Thursday an underwriting loss, excluding market yield adjustment, of $17.2 million during the three months ending March 31, while premiums dropped 11% from the same period of last year. Direct premiums written dropped from $1.04

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Supreme Court could decide whether denial of catastrophic impairment status triggers two-year limitation period in Ontario auto dispute system

September 20, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

A disputed Ontario auto insurance claim, in which the carrier denied a claimant’s request for catastrophic impairment status, could reach the Supreme Court of Canada. Court records indicate that RBC General Insurance Company sent correspondence to Zofia Machaj denying her