How To Deal With Insurance Adjusters Following A Motor Vehicle Accident

Regardless of the severity of your involvement in a car accident, if you have been injured, you will automatically be obligated to report to your car insurer. This is because, in Ontario as well as other provinces, your car insurer owes you benefits as stated in your insurance policy. And they can also hold you accountable if they find out you have been involved in an accident and didn’t report to them. Read More

How The Legalization of Marijuana Could Impact Accident Benefits

While Canada has passed a bill to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in the early 2000s, some provinces have also legalized marijuana in terms of recreational usage. The legalization of recreation marijuana could impact a lot of other fields as well, but in terms of personal injury law specifically, we are wondering how it could impact the insurance coverage related to car accidents. Or rather, how insurers would most likely try to deny benefits to drivers who would be legally using marijuana. Read More

What Is The Right Time To File For A Personal Injury Claim?

Following injury from a car accident, it is good to know when the right time comes to file a lawsuit against the guilty party. All countries have a law that states the time-span in which you can bring a claim regarding the accident that caused you injury or loss. There are specific cases in which injury or medical malpractice have led to a delay in discovering the extend of injury, however, it is smartest to act as soon as possible to avoid any confrontation with the delay later on. Read More

How To Protect Your Benefits Following A Car Accident

Depending on where you live, you may be qualified to receive benefits following a car accident. However, to make yourself qualified, you will have to call in the police and insurance company immediately following the accident. The insurance company will then go ahead to investigate the accident and make a judgmental call on who is responsible and what benefits you are entitled to. To receive full legal protection, it is wise to seek out a lawyer who will handle all communication with the insurance company on your behalf. Read More

In An Auto Accident, When Are Injuries Considered Catastrophic?

Any type of motor vehicle accident may seem like a catastrophic event to the involved parties. There’s no denying that even minor vehicle accidents can provide a level of inconvenience that may seem catastrophic to the people involved in the accident. However, what may seem like catastrophic to the individuals involved may not fit the legal definition of catastrophic in connection to a motor vehicle accident. Read More