G.C. v. Compagnie d’assurance vie RBC

A simple reading of the relevant definitions of the disability insurance party binding the parties, giving the words their ordinary meaning, supports the conclusion that the insured must be unable to perform all of the important duties of his occupation to be declared totally disabled.

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G.C. v. Compagnie d’assurance vie RBC