Allstate Corp, one of the largest U.S. auto insurers, said on Monday it would return more than $600 million in premiums to customers as many Americans drive less due to stay-at-home orders aimed at curbing the coronavirus outbreak.
Cost Of Catastrophic Impairment Assessment Paid Outside Of Person’s Medical And Rehab Limits – RB v. RSA
RB was involved in a car accident in April 2017 and sougth benefits pursuant to the SABs. He was denied certain benefits and cost of examinations by RSA and applied to the LAT.
COVID-19 Financial Supports
The public health measures enacted to protect Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic is having major impacts on individuals and businesses. Both the Canadian and Ontario government, along with the private sector, have introduced measures to assist those who are facing challenges, outlined below.
NOTICES AND ORDERS – COVID-19
Information on COVID-19
As COVID-19 evolves, the provincial and federal government continue to update their resources.
We encourage you to regularly review the websites of the Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario (PHO) for the most accurate, up-to-date information.
Guidance for the Health Sector
The case definition for COVID-19 has been updated and is current as of March 30 2020. This information may change frequently, please check back often for updates.
Ottawa’s COVID-19 benefits program opens for applications
OTTAWA — Applications open today for the new federal emergency aid benefit for Canadians who lost their income because of COVID-19.
Questions and Answers on the Canada Emergency Response Benefit
Canada’s emergency relief leaves out those on social assistance
The federal government is providing financial relief for Canadians laid off amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but some groups are finding themselves excluded.
Open Letter urges Ontario to boost support for people on social assistance
A coalition of more than 130 health care workers, community agencies and Ontarians living in poverty is urging Queen’s Park to increase benefits immediately to almost one million residents on social assistance struggling to survive during the COVID-19
To survive we need rent cancelled and basic income, people on social assistance say
While most Canadians are struggling under COVID-19, with many businesses shut down, local advocates argue that those at, or below, the poverty line will be hardest hit.
CANADA: Financial inequality ‘staggering’ for Canadians with disabilities, expert says
In Ontario, Doug Ford’s Conservative government has been toying with cutting benefits
and other supports, including in education. While the government has since backed off cutting Ontario Works, Ontario residents with disabilities continue to live under the persistent threat of losing whatever little economic independence they have.
Caregiver Advisory Panel
This province-wide online discussion forum is an ongoing opportunity for caregivers to provide regular input and feedback on some of our caregiver-focused ideas, tools and programs, and be surveyed on different aspects of the caregiving experience on a regular basis.
Why COVID-19 has personal support workers feeling uneasy during home-care visits
Personal support workers who care for clients inside their homes are among the essential service providers who don’t feel safe on the job due to a lack of personal protective equipment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.