‘A mixed bag’ is the thoroughly uninteresting term that might be used to describe Aviva’s financial results for 2018 – but how else to describe a performance that saw its general and health insurance operating profit remain flat at £704 million (around CA$1.24 billion) – the exact same figure reported for full-year 2017.
Defence seeks costs of action from “you don’t win you don’t pay” lawsuit lenders
Defence seeks costs of action from “you don’t win you don’t pay” lawsuit lenders.
Each day seems to bring new challenges for the personal injury lawyer. If not legislative intervention, it’s defence counsel looking for new ways to advance the interests of their insurer clients at the expense of virtually everyone else.
Impaired driver Martin Hines sentenced to 9 years in prison for killing 2 people in separate collisions
Visitor Expenses – Can They Be Claimed?
When a person is injured, family members spring into action and rally around to help out in any way they can. Visiting a loved one in the hospital or at home following an accident is simply an automatic reaction for most of us. However, there are often costs associated with visiting our loved ones and, if the loved one was injured in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario, those costs are recoverable from the injured person’s auto insurance company. The Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule — (“SABS”) governs who may claim visitor expenses and the length of time that these claims will be considered.
Brain Injury Leads to Innumerable Losses
My neurodoc once told me that life involves saying goodbye. Friends come; people go. It’s the way of life; you gotta accept it. Solid advice, given with a kind smile. There was only one thing wrong with it: the number of losses I’ve had since my brain injury outstrip the ones I had before.