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  • Ontario to Increase Speed Limits on Three Highways to 110 km/h

    Towards the end of the year, drivers on select 400-series Ontario highways will be allowed to drive at speeds slightly higher than the current highway limits in the province. The post Ontario to Increase Speed Limits on Three Highways to 110 km/h appeared first on Grillo Barristers Personal Injury L … Read more »

  • Does Ontario Auto Insurance Cover Dependent Relatives?

    The vehicle insurance industry is changing, offering customers more choices over the policies they choose and the specific premiums they pay. Effective from June 1st, 2016, the Ontario government made some amendments to the vehicle insurance offers. The post Does Ontario Auto Insurance Cover Depende … Read more »

  • Disputing a Denied Disability Claim

    A survey conducted by Statistics Canada in 2012 revealed that only 49% of people who suffer from a disability were employed. The post Disputing a Denied Disability Claim appeared first on Grillo Barristers Personal Injury Lawyers. … Read more »

  • Mistakes to Avoid when Applying for Short and Long-Term Disability

    You may be suffering from a condition that is potentially disabling. You take the steps to prepare a claim hoping to be paid disability benefits. Your health, finances, and future are dependent on the success of this claim. The post Mistakes to Avoid when Applying for Short and Long-Term Disability … Read more »

  • What Medical Evidence is Necessary to Successfully Prove a Disability Claim?

    Medical evidence can make or break your disability claim. In fact, a common reason why disability claims are denied is when applicants fail to submit adequate medical evidence that clearly explains and supports their claim of disability. The post What Medical Evidence is Necessary to Successfully Pr … Read more »