Once again, the holiday season is upon us, bringing with it, an opportunity to reflect on the events of the past year. We are delighted with the continued, high level of interest and support for the Accident Benefit Reporter, as we examined the complex issues surrounding Bill 59 and traumatic personal injury.In September, the Ontario government initiated a review of this legislation and we understand that there were more than sixty submissions in response, including one from our firm. In developing this submission, we attempted to obtain the opinions of treating professionals on needed changes to this legislation. Unfortunately, the tight timing of the current review process limited the opportunity for suitable discussion. The Thomson, Rogers submission is summarized in this current issue, and is posted on our web site. We welcome feedback and questions from readers of the Accident Benefits Reporter at firstname.lastname@example.org.We plan to continue this discussion in 2002, ...
Also in this Issue
- Consultation Papers Submission to the Government
- Richard C. Halpern
- BILL 59, Rehabilitation Funding Decision Models. Can we do better?
- David F. MacDonald
- The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
- Wendy Moore Mandel*
On December 6, 2017, Adjudicator Go confirmed that an insured is entitled to be paid attendant care benefit regardless of whether the ... Continue
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