Spring 2024

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Spring 2024

Hello to all of our readers,

GLA is now providing services for Elder care, Dementia care and Estate Law and Estate litigations. We also continue to provide services for MVA injuries, and recently added psychiatric care on our inter-professional team!

This newsletter further discusses the benefits of having a Psychiatrist on our inter-disciplinary team, special considerations needed when planning for a person with a disability and assessing fall detection in the elderly.

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Fall 2023

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Fall 2023

Hello to all of our readers,

GLA is now offering a FCC report that can be used by estate planners, financial planners and estate litigations.

In this newsletter we have summarized a case law, that can reflect on the potential benefit of using a Life Care Plan report when there is a disabled person in a family that is experiencing a dispute regarding estate planning.

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Spring 2023

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Spring 2023

Hello everyone! Hope you are all embracing the blooming beauty and rejuvenating spirit of the spring season!

In this edition of our Spring Newsletter, we will be discussing the case decision of Simmons v. BelairDirect Insurance Company, 2023 CanLII 26935 (ON LAT) [1], in which the applicant was designated catastrophically impaired in criterion 8 of the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS).

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Winter 2022

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Winter 2022

Hope you are enjoying the winter season!

In this edition of our newsletter, we will be discussing the court decision Thomas Andreas Klatt v. La Toc Holdings Limited, 2021 ONSC 2121 [1].

In particular, we will be examining the judge’s satisfaction and critique of the Life Care Planner’s (LCP) future care cost (FCC) report.

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Fall 2020

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Fall 2020

In this Newsletter, we are presenting a recent case about attendant care benefit following a Brain Injury.

In J.W. Vs SNIC, (J.W. vs. Security National Insurance Company 2020 ONLAT 18-008988/AABS), an applicant was seeking resolution for attendant care benefits (ACBs), dating back to October 14th, 2016 to the present-date and ongoing, with interest on any overdue payments.

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