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Call-to-Action from Adam Wagman, OTLA President
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On June 1, 2016, Adam Bari was struck twice: first, in a near-fatal motorcycle accident that resulted in multiple broken bones, brain trauma, and organ damage; and then by a change to the definition of catastrophic impairment that left his family in danger of bankruptcy.
This change places a significant burden on the most vulnerable accident victims and their families. As a result of the mid-policy definition change, Adam was unable to access nearly $2 million in benefits.
What makes Neuro-Rehab Services’ LCPs defensible is our clinical experience.
With over 30 years Case Management and Occupational Therapy experience, Patricia Howell and Marie Hren have personally followed 100’s of adults and children with serious injuries over decades. We know firsthand how an individual’s status can change over time and what would be considered reasonable. NRS- credible, defensible LCPs by experienced clinicians.
Protect Your Family from Catastrophic Automobile Insurance Reform
The tragic story of Adam Bari's devastating injuries inspires both sympathy and concern: the circumstances surrounding his dire situation affect all Ontario drivers and their families. Changes to auto insurance regulations on June 1, 2016, meant Adam was suddenly unable to access over $1.9 million in medical and rehabilitation benefits - money that would have been available if his motorcycle crash occurred just 12 hours earlier.
Adding optional benefits to your auto insurance premiums could save your family from financial disaster.
OTLA wins MTO Safety Award, Insurers Reduce Benefits with HST
The latest MPP Advisor was distributed on September 19th. This edition focused on a recent Ministry of Transportation award that we received for our Helmets on Kids program.
The newsletter also highlighted our concern with insurance companies disregarding clear direction from FSCO by including HST as part of benefit limits.