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- St. Mary’s River Association seeks community support
St. Mary’s River Association seeks community supportSeptember 15, 2021Written by Debbi Harvie Abbey Stroud is a third-year International Relations student at Mount Alison University. This summer she assisted with the St. Mary’s River Association’s fight against the Cochrane Hill open-pit gold mine.B … Read more »
- Do private investigators have a role in your claim?
Do private investigators have a role in your claim?August 16, 2021Written by Brandon Baker Imagine pursuing an injury claim, making it all the way to the Discovery phase, and finding out that your insurance company has a video of you that you had no idea they took. While this sounds like something … Read more »
- What to do after a CPPD reconsideration denial?
What to do after a CPPD reconsideration denial?July 16, 2021Written by Brandon Baker If you’ve gone through the initial stages of the Canadian Pension Plan Disability application process and were denied, don’t stress out! This is a common occurrence. If you received your initial denial, notified Ser … Read more »
- Tips for appealing a CPP Disability denial
Tips for Appealing a CPP Disability DenialJune 22, 2021Written by Brandon Baker If you’ve applied for Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Benefits, you know how much time and effort can go into the application process. What you may not know, is that sometimes those applications can be denied by S … Read more »
- Am I negligent if I am found at fault in an accident?
Am I negligent if I am found at fault in an accident?Written by Brandon BakerJune 10, 2021 Whether a person is found negligent is up to the courts to determine, however, negligence is found when someone’s conduct is substandard. In a car accident, negligence is not always a factor, but can arise if … Read more »