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Car Insurance System Failing According To Former Head Of WSIB

Car Insurance

Recently, the Ontario government quietly released a report called "Fair Benefits Fairly Delivered: A Review of the Auto Insurance System in Ontario". It’s the latest inquiry into Ontario’s car insurance regime.  As lawyers practicing personal injury law for many years, we’ve become intimately familiar with the complicated mess successive governments have created in their pursuit of balancing compensation for those who are injured, with keeping premiums affordable in a mandatory car insurance system. Some of the statistics in the report, authored by the former CEO of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), Mr. David Marshall, are staggering. Ontario insurance companies...

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Is Your Car Insurance Company Violating Your Privacy Rights?

Auto Insurance Privacy Rights

If you are seriously injured in a car accident, there are two types of claims that can be made. One is the no fault claim from your own insurance company for accident benefits, and the other is a lawsuit or court claim, against the at fault driver. In Ontario, there are a number of very large insurance companies that sell car insurance, because of this sometimes your car insurance company may also be the same company that insures the person at fault for your injuries. Even though you can make two separate claims, it is the same insurance company behind the...

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Five Things a Jury Member Must Know for a Car Accident Trial

Jury Seats in Courtroom

Contrary to what you may have seen on your favourite legal drama series on TV, in a civil lawsuit in Ontario, including personal injury suits, lawyers and their clients will know very little about the jurors who decide their case.  They will know the juror’s name, occupation and will see what they look like in court when the juror’s name is called. Lawyers don’t get to question selected jurors, and only get to challenge up to 4 jurors, after which, whoever is left will be the ones to decide the case. Unfortunately, as a member of the Jury, there are...

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