A former Nova Scotia resident is suing his insurance company after being denied $120,000 he claims he's entitled to after a freak accident nearly six years ago left him paralyzed from the waist down.
Lior Samfiru believes the wrong decision was made when a Nova Scotia human rights tribunal declared that a man's medical marijuana must be covered by his employee insurance plan. He spoke to Kelly Cutrara on the matter.
Sivan discusses the recent case of a Nova Scotia man denied insurance and told he is not paralyzed enough.
Lior discussing the recent Uber class action lawsuit with Larry Fedoruk in Niagara.
Aviva Canada is touting the results of a study that suggests injury lawyers and contingency fees are driving up insurance costs. Sivan Tumarkin told AM640's Mike Stafford why Aviva is the last insurance company that should take swings at injury lawyers, based on their tactics.