In Ontario, if you have been in a motor vehicle accident, in most cases, you can’t get paid twice for your lost income.
Question: I have seen 3 insurance doctors already. Two have identified more injury than was originally diagnosed. Finally, as I have been expecting, the 4th doctor disagreed with the previous 3,… read more →
Yes. You can get employment insurance sick benefits if you are injured outside the job. You do not need to be injured to get EI sick benefits. If you are… read more →
In Ontario the maximum amount of general damages for pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life is $329,091 as of July 2008. This amount is adjusted for inflation.
In Ontario, because of the no fault system you should contact your own insurance company both for the costs of repair of your own car and to claim your accident… read more →
There is some overlap between benefits paid by your no fault or accident benefit insurer and what you might be able to claim against the driver of the car responsible… read more →
Applying for short term disability generally requires that you complete an application form and send in a medical form completed by your family doctor.
Lawyers tend to disagree on the answer to this question. My personal view is a strong and emphatic ‘NO’.
Yes, you can file a lawsuit if an insurance company denies your claim. The insurance company may try to convince you that you can’t sue. Some examples of things the… read more →