IME Plus Evaluations Ltd. is committed to protecting the privacy, confidentiality, accuracy and security of the personal inormation we collect, use, retain and disclose in the course of completing evaluation and consultation services.

In the course of completing evaluation and consultation services, we may use personal informatin for the following purposes.

  • Identify and communication: IME Plus Evaluations Ltd. will indentify the reason for the collection of personal information and will only collect relevant personal information will be collected through reasonable and lawful practices.
  • Assess: Personal information may be used to assess a claim or injuries and communicate medical or claims handling opinions
  • Notice: personal information may be used to provide notice to other parties of evaluation or consultation services
  • Legal: personal information may be used to meet legal and regulatory requirements

We will, where necessary, or appropriate, collect information from or disclose information to third parties such as physicians, medical and rehabilitation evaluators, other health professionals, claiment employer(s) (past or present), claimant lawyer and claimant benefits providers.

We do not sell client lists nor do we collect, use or disclose personal information without consent, except where authorized by law. We will obtain a claimant's express consent for any sensitive personal information, such as health or financial records, except where authorized by law, We are committed by safeguarding the personal information provided to us, and will only retain the information for as long as required.

Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact our appointed privacy officer: Debra Donald CIP, IME Plus Evaluations Ltd., 5805 Whittle Road, Suite 6, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 2J1, Telephone: 905-214-8000, Email:

This policy is made under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPED Act). If a conflict arises between the federal PIPED Act and your province's privacy legislation for events occurring within your province, then the matter will be referred to the various Privacy Commissioners for a ruling on which legislation takes precedence.