One of the difficult things to deal with when you have been in a car accident is the uncertainty. Not knowing what to do or how to protect yourself adds to the stress of an already difficult situation. Click the markers to discover how understanding can make a big difference.
Personal injury law is very complex. An experienced lawyer knows how insurance companies operate and can help you access resources and receive maximum compensation.
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, under Ontario law you are entitled to accident benefits.
Reporting timelines. Insurance claims. Disability compensation. It can all be very confusing. Answers to the most common questions ask about car accidents.
When buying car insurance, make sure you have the plan that is right for you.
Be prepared. It is important to know before you get into an accident what to do, what information to collect and when to call the police or contact a lawyer. Following these steps can safeguard your rights.
Knowing how to protect yourself after a car accident is important. Knowing your rights can help you make important decisions that can affect the outcome of your personal injury claim.
You have 10 business days to provide the insurance company information after it requests, or it can suspend or deny your benefits.
You must inform the Accident Benefits insurance company of the accident and that you were hurt. MORE
You must complete and send the Accident Benefits application within 30 days of it being provided to you by the insurance company. MORE
You need to give written notice of your intention to sue the at-fault parties. MORE
To commence a lawsuit against an at-fault driver or your own insurance company if your benefits are denied. MORE
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