Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Insurance
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2017-07-27
ISBN: 
9780779880362
Carswell

Disability Insurance Law in Canada, Second Edition

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Depression and anxiety account for 23% of total disability claims. Turn to the new Disability Insurance Law in Canada, Second Edition for comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in depression claims and awards of extra-contractual damages. Get expert insight on disability insurance litigation along with more than 700 case citations so you can take on cases with confidence.

New in this edition

  • A discussion of all leading cases on what constitutes total disability, as well as related topics such as meeting the onus of proof, the taxability of LTD settlements, punitive and aggravated damages, the operation of exclusionary clauses, and policy offsets, and the availability of jury trials in LTD actions
  • Two chapters titled Depression and Anxiety Claims and Critical Illness Insurance
  • The latest case law on punitive and aggravated damages and the use of surveillance evidence
Carswell

Disability Insurance Law in Canada, Second Edition

Availability: In Stock

Description

Depression and anxiety account for 23% of total disability claims. Turn to the new Disability Insurance Law in Canada, Second Edition for comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in depression claims and awards of extra-contractual damages. Get expert insight on disability insurance litigation along with more than 700 case citations so you can take on cases with confidence.

New in this edition

  • A discussion of all leading cases on what constitutes total disability, as well as related topics such as meeting the onus of proof, the taxability of LTD settlements, punitive and aggravated damages, the operation of exclusionary clauses, and policy offsets, and the availability of jury trials in LTD actions
  • Two chapters titled Depression and Anxiety Claims and Critical Illness Insurance
  • The latest case law on punitive and aggravated damages and the use of surveillance evidence