There may be a number of different types of insurance available to you if you are injured in a car accident. Those benefits may include work or private insurance benefits, as well as Statutory Accident Benefits (also known as no-fault benefits) available through an automobile policy. We have designated personnel who work with your lawyer to ensure that the necessary paper work is completed and provided within strict timelines.
In addition to the insurance benefits, you may be able to start a lawsuit to obtain compensation if another person or entity (such as a municipality) is responsible for the accident.
In Ontario, if you are injured in a car accident that was caused by another person then you may be able to sue for your losses including:
(i) Pain, suffering and loss of enjoyment of life
(ii) Past and future loss of income and earning capacity
(iii) Past and future health care expenses
(iv) Past and future housekeeping and home maintenance capacity
(v) Out-of-pocket expenses
(vi) Compensation to certain family members in certain circumstances
(vii) Other losses
We would be pleased to meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your case.