Changes coming for meaning of catastrophic impairment

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Submitted by Thomson Rogers on February 5, 2013

Just as a common understanding of the term “catastrophic impairment” has been reached, its definition is being completely reworked with an aim for a more accurate and objective system, Toronto plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer Darcy Merkur recently discussed at the Back to School with Thomson Rogers and Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Conference.

“Changes to the definition of the term catastrophic impairment are coming,” Merkur, partner with Thomson Rogers, says in his presentation. “I’m here to tell you what we can anticipate, and some of the problems and issues we should turn our attention to right now.”


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