|How Accident Victims share Insurance Proceeds to cover Awarded Damages
||Nov 12, 2019
||When damages are awarded in a lawsuit arising from a motor vehicle accident, the proceeds from the applicable vehicle insurance policies are apportioned to cover the plaintiff’s damages up to the maximum available on the policies. When multiple plaintiffs and insurers are involved, a judge may be asked to decide how insurance proceeds should be allotted pursuant to Ontario laws, as occurred in a 2019 trial, House v. Baird, involving several Kitchener accident victims.
|Reasons why your Accident Claim or Catastrophic Impairment Application may be denied
||Oct 09, 2019
||Injured persons making a claim for no fault accident benefits can be denied owed benefits for several reasons, for example, when their treating physicians fail to submit required medical assessments that substantiate their level of injury. This is one of several situations that can give an insurer grounds (or an excuse) to deny your claim, or your catastrophic impairment designation (if you sustained a catastrophic injury entitling you to the highest level of benefits).
|Other Drivers often at Fault in Motorcycle Accidents
||Aug 16, 2019
||The risk of serious and fatal injuries is higher for motorcycle riders, but many motorcycle accidents are preventable and result when other road users are negligent and fail to properly monitor for motorcyclists. Learn about your options for compensation when you’re injured in a motorcycle crash.
|The life-altering Effects of an Acquired Brain Injury
||Jul 12, 2019
||Every year, about 160,000 Canadians suffer an acquired brain injury. And, because a brain injury may impact every aspect of an individual’s physical and mental health, brain injuries are often life-changing and result in a substantially diminished quality of life for accident victims.