The Plaintiff’s claim for long-term disability benefits under a group policy of insurance issued by the Defendant was dismissed. The court held that a pre-existing condition exclusion clause was operative where symptoms of a disorder were exhibited during the applicable waiting period even though the ultimate diagnosis of the condition was delayed until after the expiry of the waiting period.
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Van Maele v. Alberta Blue Cross Benefits Corp.,  A.J. No. 367, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench