Thomson, Rogers hosted a conference, Back to School, on September 8, 2011 at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, in collaboration with the Toronto ABI Network. The conference agenda included: An update on the Expert Panel’s Report to the Superintendent on Catastrophic Impairment, by Darcy Merkur Pediatric Catastrophic Impairment, by David
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After the revelation of a potential $1.3 billion scam in the GTA, the Law Society of Upper Canada should consider discipline of any legal professionals knowingly involved. See more on Slaw.
The definition for catastrophic impairment under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) is under scrutiny again with the release of new report by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). Read more on Slaw.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently ruled in Kohl v. ING Insurance Company of Canada, allowing a plaintiff to amend his pleadings while a FSCO mediation was technically underway. See more on Slaw.
Starting September 1, 2010, new amendments to the automobile insurance system were enacted affecting the medical and care benefits that litigants can receive in motor vehicle accidents. The Law Society of Upper Canada and the Ontario Bar Association hosted a session, The New Auto Insurance Regime – Practical Strategies for