Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin By Kirsten McMahon Changes introduced by British Columbia and Alberta to reduce the cost, complexity, and delay associated with personal injury claims can impede access to justice for motor vehicle accident victims, says Settlement Lenders President, Larry Herscu. “It’s concerning to see this wider trend of
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin by A recent survey that shows more than half of Canadians are within $200 of not being able to cover bills is “absolutely frightening,” says Larry Herscu, President and CEO of Settlement Lenders. “It’s evident ongoing economic disruptions are taking their toll on the average Canadian’s
With continuing province-wide restrictions and public health orders in response to COVID-19, many services typically conducted in person are now being performed virtually in British Columbia, including independent medical examinations (IMEs).
TORONTO, Jan. 12, 2021 /CNW/ – Easy Legal Finance Inc. a Canadian litigation financing firm, announced today the acquisition of Settlement Lenders Inc. Based in Edmonton, Settlement Lenders Inc.
Recent License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) statistics reinforce there are severe delays in proceedings, which may create increased pressure on a motor vehicle accident claimant to settle, says Easy Legal Group of Companies President and CEO Larry Herscu.
The impact of the second wave of COVID-19 on the personal finances of Canadians — particularly personal injury plaintiffs — versus the insurance industry is “diametrically opposed” and “quite troubling,” says Easy Legal Group of Companies President and CEO Larry Herscu.
There is a strong case for abolishing juries in civil trials in light of COVID-19 court closures and the ensuing backlogs and delays, says Easy Legal Group of Companies President and CEO Larry Herscu.
Several court modernization projects conducted in Ontario have been trying to keep the system moving and are promising for access to justice, says Easy Legal Group of Companies President and CEO Larry Herscu.