Justice Delayed…

Justice Delayed…

Justice Delayed... In the first 6 months of 2019 alone, the total number of reconsiderations has increased by 65% with the LAT releasing 65 decisions. The story has been unfolding on whether the LAT was in a position to deliver on their stated mandate, with this spike...

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LAT Year 2 – Have We Settled In?

LAT Year 2 – Have We Settled In?

At the close of 2016, the LAT had released a total of 45 decisions, and by the end of 2017 that number grew to 413, demonstrating the expediency of the LAT and the rate at which information is becoming available. 84 decisions have already been released to date in...

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2017 – A Year in Review at the LAT

2017 – A Year in Review at the LAT

As we round up 2017, there have been a total of 300 decisions released. The graph above reflects an empirically collected analysis of for/against outcomes of all decisions released by the LAT. 60% of the decisions were in favour of insurer, while 37% of the decisions...

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Best seats in the house – Unique LATitudes

Best seats in the house – Unique LATitudes

As we round up 2017, there have been a total of 300 decisions released. The graph above reflects an empirically collected analysis of for/against outcomes of all decisions released by the LAT. 60% of the decisions were in favour of insurer, while 37% of the decisions...

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The LAT: One Year Older, Any The Wiser?

The LAT: One Year Older, Any The Wiser?

When I settled into my new role at inHEALTH as Manager of LAT Compendium Services in May, there were a total of 106 decisions published by the LAT. I figured, how bad could it be? Within two months, the number of published decisions had nearly doubled to 192 – my...

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Orchestrating A Path To Change

Orchestrating A Path To Change

"The Licence Appeal Tribunal has been hearing disputed Ontario accident benefits claims for more than a year. Although disputes seem to be resolved more quickly than they were by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, it remains to be seen whether or not...

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Fundamentals of AB/BI Training a Good Investment

Fundamentals of AB/BI Training a Good Investment

The urgent need to reform an unsustainable tort system in the late 1980s led to a succession of no-fault legislation and regulatory reforms that introduced a tort threshold and deductibles.   Almost 30 years later, we once again face an unsustainable tort system—and...

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