What is a Catastrophic Impairment?

If you have been in a car accident, lawyers, health care professionals, and those in the insurance industry will often raise the question of whether you have sustained a catastrophic injury. In the auto insurance world, “catastrophic” means much more than the common-sense notion of that term.

How Much Is Too Much? Should Life Insurance Providers Use Your Digital Data To Determine Your Health and Premiums?

Wearable health and fitness tracking devices, such as Fitbit, and mHealth technology, such as Apple’s mobile applications, have become so ubiquitous that they have permeated into most of our lives. It should therefore come as no surprise that companies are interested in the potential wealth of data that they represent.

Car Seat Safety Information that Every Parent should Know

It can be challenging to figure out how to correctly purchase, install, and use car seats and booster seats, and to know when they can no longer be used. Car seats and booster seats are not intuitive and, like many parenting skills, take some education and practice to master.

A Primer on Constructive Dismissal: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

Constructive dismissal occurs when an employee quits their job in response to an employer’s fundamental breach of an employment agreement. In doing so, the employee treats the employment contract at an end.

Accident Benefits and the Challenge of Chronic Pain

Disputes often arise when insurance companies subject claimants to assessments by medical practitioners hired by the insurers to determine if a claimant meets the legal test to be eligible for benefits.

Renovations Beware and Take Extra Care!

From weekend projects to monumental ventures, summertime renovations are common amongst homeowners. Unfortunately, not all renovations go as planned and they can get sidetracked quite easily.