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Why Intact didn’t have to pay $10K for a claimant’s proposed medical report

May 17, 2021 by David Gambrill

Ontario’s Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) has ruled that Intact Insurance is not obligated to fund a claimant’s $10,200 multidisciplinary report, the purpose of which was to dispute Intact’s decision to cease income replacement benefits after a 104-week period of entitlement.

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New hearing ordered after court finds tribunal erred in law on accident benefits

August 12, 2019 by Jason Contant

A vehicle accident victim is getting a new hearing after Saskatchewan’s appeal court found a tribunal erred in law by disregarding evidence related to the claimant’s accident-related inability to work. The Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan unanimously ruled the July

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Auto, cargo theft funding terrorist activity: Insurance Analytics Canada Summit speaker

July 4, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

The proceeds of cargo theft and auto theft are in some cases funding terrorist activity, while accident benefits fraud in Ontario continues to be a problem, an Insurance Bureau of Canada speaker suggested to attendees at the Insurance Analytics Canada

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How legalizing pot will affect your insurance policies

June 5, 2017 Jason Contant, Online Editor

The impending legalization of marijuana in Canada raises a number of legal issues related to property insurance policies, Michael Teitelbaum, a partner with Hughes Amys LLP, said last week at ARC Group Canada’s 2017 annual seminar and cocktail event. In