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- What Makes an Injury “Non-Catastrophic” or “Catastrophic”?
A couple of months ago, we wrote about what makes something a “minor injury” in terms of car accident benefits. Today we’re going to review the other two categories of injury: “non-catastrophic” and “catastrophic”. Before we get into the details, it’s important to explain that “minor injury” and “ca … Read more »
- My CPP Disability Application Was Denied–What Next? (Part 2)
We’ve been talking about CPP Disability on our blog over the past few weeks. Today’s post is Part 2 on the topic of dealing with a denied application for CPP Disability. How do I request a reconsideration of a denied application for CPP Disability? As we discussed in our last post, the first step in … Read more »
- My CPP Disability Application Was Denied–What Next? (Part 1)
In our last post, we gave a basic overview of the CPP Disability benefit, which is a critical financial support for people living with severe illness or disability. But what should you do if your application is denied? In this post, we’ll go over what happens when you want to appeal a CPP Disability … Read more »
- All about CPP Disability Benefits
Today we’re sharing a primer on CPP disability benefits: what are they, who’s eligible, how much you could receive, how to apply and what happens if your application is rejected. What are CPP disability benefits? The CPP disability benefit is a monthly payment for people under 65 who are prevented f … Read more »
- What is a “Minor Injury” in Car Accidents?
The Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) is a policy under Ontario’s Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS), which is a piece of legislation that sets out the rights, responsibilities and rules for insurance companies and insured persons in dealing with auto insurance claims. The current version of the … Read more »