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Call-to-Action from Adam Wagman, OTLA President
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The Big Lie
Insurance companies cannot openly target injured victims, so they attack the victims' advocates. But make no mistake: their goal is to limit insurance coverage and make it harder for victims. If insurance companies really want to help victims as they imply, all they have to do is agree to pay reasonable claims.
The Ontario government and all stakeholders in the sector need to find real solutions to the real problems, not the issues that serve for-profit insurance company interests.
Is There a Relationship Between Health Provider Benefits Knowledge and Case Outcomes?
Though their basic schedules are simple in concept and structure, at a contractual level, LTD benefits are complex and varied. Throw volatile insurer financial experience for different risk classes into the mix and it becomes clear that conducting at least rudimentary insurer due diligence is de rigueur for counsel taking on LTD cases. Rehab First shares its insights.
Shining a Light on the insurance medical examination business
Distributed to MPPs on January 26th, the first MPP Advisor of 2017 explores efforts in bringing questionable insurance medical examination practices to light.
The Advisor also includes details of the libel case against Immediate Past President Maia Bent for notifying members of a Toronto physician’s inappropriate actions.