Research And Analysis 

Through the Integra Network, we are able to create, compile and develop unique reports, reviews, summaries and editorials to provide thoughtful perspective and objective views into cases, regulations, laws and case studies to help provide better informed conversations and outcomes. 

Our resources include articles, podcasts, webinars and informational graphics to help distill complex and layered information and are all organized by their main themes, which include: Legal, Medical, Insurance and Employer. 

H v. J

Drunk driver and host establishment found liable for plaintiff’s catastrophic injuries including severe traumatic brain…
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K v. C

Award for mild traumatic brain injury, psychological and soft tissue injuries exceeds $1.1 million.
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H v. L

Plaintiff’s forced career change results in increased remuneration – the Court awards $100,000.00 for Future…
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M v. S

Firefighter unable to return to full duties is awarded $750,000.00 for loss of future earning…
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PB v. KO Case

This case requires consideration of the “crumbling skull” versus “thin skull” principles and the application…
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RH v. CN

Locomotive engineer has not been accommodated by his employer, CN Rail. Judge awards $650,000.00 for…
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AM v. MB Case

Judge orders Plaintiff to attend Defendants’ medical assessments in person despite Covid-19 pandemic. Mierzejewski v.…
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CB v. NX Case

Judge finds plaintiff’s pre-existing condition was stable and applied the “thin skull” principle . Basi…
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PM v DT Case

Judge finds whiplash injury progressed to chronic pain syndrome and was made worse by depression.…
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DP v. CU Case

Court awards $350,000 to food service worker for future loss of income. Purewal v. Uriarte…
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CC v. DM Case

Judge finds the defendant 100% liable and awards $1.8 million to the Plaintiff, despite pre-existing…
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KK v. CJ Case

Despite increased earnings post-collision, Court finds Plaintiff has suffered loss of capacity. Khakh v Josol,…
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LH v. WH Case

Judge awards $536,587.00 to Plaintiff who was unable to continue in her “dream job” as…
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Frequently Asked Questions and Quick Access Information: 

The majority of the questions and conversations we have are very unique and complex, however there are some simple and quick answers and pieces of information that we can share here. 

How long will my assessment take?
The duration of assessment really depends on the nature of your assessment, but please follow the below general guidelines:
  • Independent Medical Evaluation with Physician (MD) – 1-4 hours
  • Functional Capacity Evaluation – 4-8 hours
  • Vocational Assessment – 4-8 hours
  • Neuropsychological Assessment – 4-8 hours
  • Psychological Assessment – 4-8 hours
  • In Home Assessment – 2-4 hours
What should I wear to my assessment?
Generally, one should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. For assessments with a Vocational, Psychological, Neuropsychological or Psychiatry professional, there is no physical component to the assessment, however you should wear something that is comfortable to sit in for the duration of your assessment.
For Medical Examinations of a physical nature and for Functional Capacity Evaluations, please wear a short sleeved t-shirt or tank top, and loose-fitting pants or shorts.  For Functional Capacity Evaluations, you should also ensure you wear closed toe flat shoes, such as sneakers or sport shoes.
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