In this article, Brad Moscato outlines the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression, explores how postpartum depression can make returning to work extremely challenging if not impossible, and explains your right to claim disability benefits and/or to workplace accommodations.
In this article, disability lawyers Kaitlyn MacDonell and Michael Henry discuss the long-term disability case of Swampillai v. RSA and Sun Life Assurance Company, 2018 ONSC 4023, where the employer’s release was deemed improvident.
In light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement, Valerie Lord provides 10 things to keep in mind when looking at sexual assault cases from a civil lawsuit perspective.
Brad Moscato presented at the 70th Annual Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) Conference on “So, You Think You Can Write a Medical-Legal Report?”.
Joel Dick spoke at The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Annual Disability Insurance Law conference, a platform to discuss winning strategies, practical techniques, and critical issues in the field of disability insurance law.
In this article, Renée Vinett reviews the nature and effects of fatigue, sleep deprivation, extended work hours, and warning signs that an individual may be suffering from fatigue.
HSH clients will benefit from Jeremy Syrtash’s expertise in Medical Malpractice as well as other personal injury practice areas.
In this article, Sandra Train and Michael Henry review the changes made to the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and Ontario Works (OW) on August 1, 2017.
In this article, Brad Moscato looks at the language used in long-term disability insurance plans, terms like “own occupation” versus “any occupation.”
In this article, Brad Moscato and Kaitlyn MacDonell outline some alternatives to opioids to manage and treat chronic pain.