Our Specialization: Special Cases

  1. Self-Exclusion Class Action: See http://www.problemgamblerslawyer.com.
  2. Insane Automatism: See Charitable Advocacy Program.
  • Director Delegate's Order on Appeal and Reasons dated June 3, 2010.
    On appeal it was found under §2(2.1) of Bill 198 that it is absurd to refuse to rate impairments to determine catastrophic status on the grounds that such impairments are not permanent or stable two years post collision, or to refuse to rate separately or within a broader classification the neurologic' and chronic pain impairments because there are separate ratings for mental and behavioral or orthopedic impairments. Adjudicative Bias was not accepted. However, the decision goes beyond Desbiens v. Mordini (2004) in allowing innocent accident victims to stack impairments for neurologic, mental and behavioral, chronic pain and orthopedic without offending the rule prohibiting double counting. Demonstrative Advocacy was used in this Appeal.Read here.