Do You Have a Disability Case?
delete
10 Safety Tips to Prevent Drowning

10 Safety Tips to Prevent Drowning

It’s National Drowning Prevention Week in Canada, a time where media and public attention is placed on drowning prevention by raising awareness about water and boating safety tips. The Lifesaving Society warns that the next four weeks are when the greatest number of drownings occur. In Canada, drowning is the number one cause of unintentional injury deaths among children 1-4 years of age, and the second leading cause of preventable death for children under 10 years. With some 500 fatalities annually, drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional death among...
delete
What My Disability Taught Me

What My Disability Taught Me

We recently asked some of our clients to share their perspectives in response to the question: “What has your disability taught you?” Here are the top five responses we received. We hope they inspire and encourage you on your journey to recovery. Journey To Recovery: What My Disability Taught Me? “I have realized that good health is a mindset and not necessarily what a test results says. Attitude has a tremendous impact on one’s physical wellbeing. Although having a positive attitude can’t change everything, it is a daily practice that is...
delete
Can an Employer be Liable for a Terminated Employee’s Long-Term Disability Benefits?

Can an Employer be Liable for a Terminated Employee’s Long-Term Disab...

Many employers provide disability insurance benefits to their employees, either directly or through a third-party insurer, as part of the employee’s compensation package upon hire. If an employer terminates an employee relationship, disability coverage is also terminated, usually as of the last day of employment or once the minimum statutory notice period is over. Terminated Employee’s Disability Insurance Benefits If the termination is found to be without just cause and the terminated employee is diagnosed with a disabling medical condition during the notice...