Ashleigh T. Leon

Partner | Guelph

519.593.2427

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Ashleigh Leon is a litigator, with industry expertise in insurance and personal injury. She also specializes in catastrophic impairment and brain injury related cases.

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Helen Friedman and Ashleigh Leon speaks on Accident Benefits Case Law Update

Helen D.K. Friedman and Ashleigh Leon will be presenting an accident benefits case law update to the Ontario Mutual Insurance Association at their head office in Cambridge on January 23, 2018.

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Ashleigh Leon sits on LAT panel at Provincial OIAA Conference in Waterloo

Ashleigh Leon sits on a LAT panel at the Provincial OIAA Conference in Waterloo on May 5.

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Daniel Strigberger, Helen Friedman, Ashleigh Leon, Caroline Meyer, Gabe Flatt and Monika Bolejszo lead a half day Insurance Institute of Ontario (IIO) seminar on Trends in Litigation.

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Helen Friedman, Ashleigh Leon, Bryan Horrigan, Caroline Meyer and Dan Strigberger present to North Waterloo Farmers Mutuals on “How to prepare your file for Arbitration – Dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s.”

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Helen Friedman, Ashleigh Leon, Bryan Horrigan, Caroline Meyer, Nick de Koning and Dan Strigberger present to North Waterloo Farmers Mutuals on “How to Prepare your File for Arbitration: Dotting the I’s and Crossing the T’s”.

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Lawyers from our Southwestern Ontario offices speak at the Ontario Mutual Insurance Association (OMIA) Insurance Workshop on May 20th.

The following lawyers will speak at the event: Ashleigh Leon will be presenting on the “Top 10 Accident Benefit Cases” Gordon Robson and James Prior will present on “Notable Tort Actions of the Past Year” Lori Sprott will present on...

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When a Spouse is not a Spouse

The Superior Court has recently had the opportunity to revisit an issue that has not been addressed by the courts in twenty years: whether the Family Law Act definition of “spouse” applies to the Insurance Act definition of “spouse”.  For...

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The Not so Reasonable Cost of Medical Documents

One of the biggest pet peeves I have working in this industry is receiving, in my opinion, ludicrous requests from practitioners relating to the cost of obtaining medical records in their custody. For example, just the other day I received a...

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More on the MIG from the LAT

The License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) has released a number of decisions dealing with the application Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) to injured persons. In a recent decision, T.S. v. Aviva General Insurance (17-000835/AABS), Adjudicator Christopher Ferguson was tasked with determining whether...

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Big Win for Injured Claimants

The Supreme Court of Canada has found an injured claimant does not need to have a diagnosed psychological/psychiatric injury in order to recover for a mental injury sustained in an accident. In Saadati v. Moorhead, 2017 SCC 28, the claimant...

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No Causation, No Accident

Two recent decisions from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) have dealt with determining whether or not the Applicants were involved in an “accident” as defined in section 3(1) of the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule – Effective September 1,...

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No Diagnosis – No Problem

The Supreme Court of Canada has found an injured claimant does not need to have a diagnosed psychological/psychiatric injury in order to recover for a mental injury sustained in an accident. In Saadati v. Moorhead, 2017 SCC 28, the claimant...

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No Vested Rights in SABS

One of the more confusing aspects of adjusting an accident benefits claim is dealing with the numerous amendments to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS).  Not surprisingly, during the life of an accident benefits claim, the SABS may be amended...

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Non-compliance with a Tribunal Order may cost you.

The License Appeal Tribunal (the LAT) has found that an insurer’s failure to comply with a production Order from the Tribunal is unreasonable conduct and must be deterred.  In B.F. v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2017 CanLII 9821 (ON LAT),...

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LAT is not the only option for CAT disputes after April 1, 2016

Director’s Delegate Evans has decided that issues can be added to an existing FSCO arbitration after April 1, 2016 instead of commencing an application at the LAT, when the issues to be added “necessarily arise from the issues already in...

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Neuropsychological Assessment Is One Assessment Not Two

In a January 11, 2017 decision, Nicole Breadner v. Co-operators General Insurance Company, A15-005120, Arbitrator Caroline King of FSCO found that a neuropsychological assessment is one assessment, not two; therefore capping the amount payable in relation to the OCF-18 at...

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Ontario Licence Appeal Tribunal rules that active/passive income is not an IRB consideration

Counsel to Economical Mutual Insurance Company

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Financial Services Commission of Ontario issues important decision regarding post-accident income deductions for self-employed insureds

Counsel to Perth Insurance Company

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