Ontario's Auditor General has completed its review of Ontario's Car Accident Injury Insurance system and has released a report setting out its findings and its recommendations for the future. The report's recommendations could have a very real impact on the car accident insurance system and on the personal injury lawyers that service clients in that area.
A massive winter storm has turned roads and drive-ways into skating rinks and has resulted in multiple car accidents and injuries in Ontario Canada. Whitby, Oshawa and Durham Region remain under a severe winter storm watch.
Lerners Injury Lawyers in Whitby Ontario acted as an Emerald Sponsor for the Durham Brain Injury Association in Oshawa for 2022 and as a sponsor for the event for their users in December 2022.
Long Term Disability Denial Lawyer in Whitby discusses how Long Term disability claims work with a video explainer of lawsuits, claims, denials by insurance companies like Manulife, Great West Life, Industrial Alliance, The Personal, Desjardins, Sunlife and others. Relevant to people with long term disability denial claims who are interested in how the lawsuit procedure and claims process works, with psychological illness, chronic pain, concussion and brain injury or physical injury claims
Ontario is once again considering making changes to our Province's Car Accident Injury Insurance regime for personal injury victims. What is missed is that our current laws punish the innocent and let the guilty off scot-free. While you might agree that the insurance industry needs deductibles, you may be surprised that the innocent are paying 100% of them, while the guilty pay $0 for personal injury from car accidents.
Effect of convictions in personal injury lawsuits for car accidents and other injuries by Whitby Personal Injury Lawyer Steven Polak
With by far the largest provincial population, four great lakes on our southern and southeast borders, as well thousands of rivers and lakes, it’s little wonder that Ontario households have the greatest recreational boat ownership rate of all Canadian provinces. In fact, some reports suggest that more than 40% of all Ontario households own at least one boat.