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Recent Divisional Court Ruling Another Blow To Injury Victims Rights

Div Court Ruling Deals Major Blow To Catastrophically Injured

In a recent Divisional Court ruling of Tomec v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, the Panel has held that a limitation period expires for certain benefits that accident benefits claimants are entitled to even before they meet the requirements to be entitled to those benefits. In the case Ms. Tomec had applied for attendant care and housekeeping benefits from her own insurer after she was seriously injured in a car accident in September of 2008. Under the legislation in effect at that time, an accident victim is only entitled to these types of benefits for the first two years after an accident...

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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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Busting Five Common Myths About Making a Claim After a Car Accident

Insurance claim

In Ontario, we all know that driving a car without automobile insurance is against the law. The penalty for driving uninsured is hefty and the insurance slip is one of the very first things a police officer asks for if a motorist is ever pulled over.  Consequently, most Ontario drivers have insurance, but premiums in Ontario, and particularly in the GTA, are extremely high. Most people spend significant time annually rate shopping for the best price to be able to afford insurance. If you are a young driver under the age of 25, or live in a high risk area...

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