Brad Moscato co-chairing OTLA LTD Conference on May 26, 2017 and will be moderating two panel discussions.
In this blog post, Brad Moscato covers the impact depression of on an individual’s life and work, and the importance of long term disability benefits.
In this article, Michael J. Henry and Renée Vinett delve into common health issues faced by front line medical personnel, including stress, depression, anxiety, PTSD, compassion fatigue.
Brad Moscato quoted in The Lawyers Weekly on Veterans Deserve Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Disability Presumption.
In this article, Renée Vinett reviews issues breast cancer patients may experience from diagnoses through remission, including short and long term disability claim denials.
Bill 163, Supporting Ontario’s First Responders Act, creates a presumption that a PTSD diagnosis in first responders is work-related, thus allowing for faster access to benefits. However, it does not include nurses.
In this article, Brad Moscato (Partner) and Wendy Betteley (Law Clerk) review some signs an insurer has failed to adjudicate on a good faith basis, including adjudication, pre-existing conditions, and surveillance.
In this article, Brad Moscato reviews the earnings loss (long term disability) benefit available to Canadian Forces members and the lack of a PTSD benefit presumption.
This post was prepared for new law clerks and lawyers outside of personal injury law to provide an understanding of the ways in which HSH assesses a case prior to taking it on.
June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day (US). PTSD is a reaction to a traumatic event with long-lasting symptoms that disrupt a person’s life.