Under section 200 of the Highway Traffic Act, any person who is involved in an accident must, when requested, must give his name, address, driver’s licence number, insurance policy information… read more →
I see no reason you cannot carry on with your life as best you can. I would never tell a client to do something or not do something in their… read more →
Question: Does the passenger (who sustained injury) in a motor vehicle accident have rights to the driver’s information such as address and insurance policy number? If the driver refuses, what… read more →
Yes you can. You can claim your no fault or accident benefits and you may also be able to sue the driver of the other car.
Please consult with a lawyer. Even though you were unemployed at the time of the car accident you still might be entitled to sue the at fault driver for damages.
Yes you can be sued. The good news is that your insurance company will cover all the costs of the law suit and the claim up to your liability limits.
It is in your best interests to confirm that you are getting everything you are entitled to, and rest assured knowing your insurance company is treating you fairly.
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 →