varying type car accidents

What constitutes an “Accident” under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule? Every person who owns a car in Ontario is required to have a valid motor vehicle insurance policy.  All motor vehicle insurance policies in Ontario provide for Statutory Accident Benefits.  If you are involved in an “accident”, you are entitled to apply to receive accident…

In Ontario, automobile insurance runs under a “no-fault” system. “No-fault” does not mean that no one is at fault, or that it doesn’t matter whose fault the accident is. In terms of Accident Benefits, “no-fault” means that, regardless of who is to blame for the accident, anyone who is injured may receive some compensation. It is this…

Young man with head injury - limitation periods on AB claims for minors

It is extremely important to understand what the limitation periods are with regards to minors receiving Statutory Accident Benefits (SABS). If your child was injured in a car accident, and is receiving Statutory Accident Benefits, then you might be interested in the February 2016 decision of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) in Moran v….

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