|What you should know about Pain and Suffering Damages in Car Accident Claims
||Dec 14, 2021
||The plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit may be eligible for general damages for pain and suffering if they sustained a serious and permanent impairment of an important function. In car accident lawsuits, these awards are subject to a statutory deductible, unless the amount awarded exceeds a specified amount indicated in Ontario’s Insurance Act.
|Will you have enough Accident Benefit Coverage if you’re seriously Injured?
||Oct 19, 2021
||Basic coverage under an Ontario automobile insurance policy may not cover your expenses in the event of serious injury.
|When you sustain Broken Bones in a Car Accident
||Jan 10, 2021
||Motor vehicle accidents, particularly those involving pedestrians and cyclists, often result in broken bones and fractures, and sometimes, such accidents cause severe and life-changing injuries. If you sustained broken bones in an accident, you may be eligible to claim disability benefits, no fault accident benefits and/or seek damages from the at fault driver.
|The Municipality may be Liable for your Injuries
||Dec 09, 2020
||Persons who are injured in a slip and fall accident, car accident or another harmful incident caused by the negligence of a municipality or the Province are entitled to seek damages against the ‘at fault’ government body. And, injured persons should not delay taking action since personal injury claims against municipalities must meet a notification deadline as well as the limitation period for commencement of the claim.