Category: Accident Benefits

After Being Denied Coverage, An Insured Accident Victim Goes To Court Seeking Information About Insurer’s Policies And More

Following an automobile accident, it’s natural for people to rely on their insurance providers to help them secure benefits that they may need in order to heal, rehabilitate, and get back to the life they enjoyed prior to the accident. But insurance policies can be complicated contracts, and people sometimes find they are not entitled […]

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Getting To The Bottom Of What A Spouse Is

There’s a lot to be said about ensuring employment contracts are clear and unambiguous. That said, situations can arise where a seemingly easy to define term is used only to end up being the topic of litigation. Take for example a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in which the court had […]

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What do Statutory Accident Benefits Cover?

Any person injured in a car accident in Ontario is entitled to claim statutory accident benefits, regardless of who was at fault. These “no-fault” accident benefits extend to anyone injured in connected with the “use and operation” of an automobile, including single car accidents, and pedestrian and cyclist accidents. I was just in a car accident, […]

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