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This legal blog will provide relevant and current information on accident benefits and personal injury matters. This blog will be of great assistance to victims of accidents, including car accidents, and to health care providers.
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Ontario's Fair Auto Insurance Plan
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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New Car Insurance Plan Raises Questions
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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Additional Insurance Coverage is Affordable and Necessary
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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Most people don't have enough car insurance coverage to recover from an accident.
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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What You Need to Know About Car Insurance Before Driving in America
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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Auto insurance deductibles unfair to seniors, homemakers, children and the disabled.
Posted Tue, Jan 30, 2018
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Driverless cars aren't superior to humans ... yet.
Posted Mon, Mar 23, 2015
A lot of investment is happening in the self driving car market with the promise of increased safety.
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Ontario Needs Auto Insurance Reforms
Posted Mon, May 12, 2014
The pending provincial election should be the opportunity to discuss the reforms our broken car insurance industry needs.
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Snow Machine Season is coming
Posted Wed, Dec 04, 2013
Getting the right insurance for your specific needs is crucial. Snowmobiles operated off your private property require insurance.
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The Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in Canada
Posted Mon, May 13, 2013
Car insurance rates are affected by your driving record, geographic location and car model.
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Accident occurred even where there was no contact with vehicle
Posted Thu, Jan 03, 2013
An accident can occur even when a pedestrian has not been hit by the vehicle. There does not require direct physical contact. The use of automobile sets in motion a train of events which brings about offence causing injury.
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Insured back to pre accident activity level and therefore no Non Earner Benefit payable.
Posted Mon, Dec 10, 2012
Entitlement to non-earner benefits requires a claimant to compare their 'normal life' before the automobile accident with their normal life afterwards. In this case the insured continued to do a significant amount of what she did before the accident.
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Facts About Accident Benefits
Posted Mon, Dec 10, 2012
Car Accident Benefits after September 2010 changed in Ontario. Both the insurer and the insured should be aware of their obligations and benefits.
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Income benefits calculated for self employed partnership
Posted Tue, Aug 21, 2012
A replacement worker hired for some of the duties in husband and wife partnership; non-injured spouse picked up extra hours; injured spouse had reduced role in business; issue was allocation for income – whether income based pre or post accident.
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Interim Benefits Awarded by FSCO on Basis of Financial Need
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
FSCO Released a judgement awarding IRBs to an individual in financial need who is likely to be successful in their ongoing claim for IRBs.
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Where to Find Help When You've Been Injured
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
It can be very overwhelming looking for help after you've been injured.
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Car Accident Benefits Changed in September 2010
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
There have been significant changes for those that have purchased their car insurance policy after September 1, 2010 and have had a car accident occurred after September 1, 2010.
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Underage Driver Awarded Benefits Despite Driving Car Without Permission
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
Mr. P, an underage driver, was injured in a car accident after driving the car without the owner's permission. The Arbitrator was left to discern the state of mind of the driver, the insured, and the credibility of the parties involved.
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Are Aware Your Accident Benefits Were Reduced in 2011?
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
The changes to car accident benefits will see 70 to 80% of car accident victims with accident benefits reduced to $3,500.00 from $100,000.00.
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Catastrophic Impairment - Onus on Insured to Prove Impairment
Posted Wed, Jul 18, 2012
Nancy Stewart was injured severely in a motor vehicle accident in 2005. She brought a motion for a declaration of catastrophic impairment but failed to provide the expertise to support her claim. The Arbitrator denied her motion.
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