Insurance benefits

If you have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. This could be for lost income, your medical bills, or other form of health care you require following an accident. If your injury is as the result of a car accident, you may be eligible for statutory accident benefits.

Our Personal Injury Group has significant expertise not only in personal injury claims, but also the related insurance benefits.

Insurance law is a rapidly evolving field, and if you have never needed to pursue personal injury claim through your insurer, it can be a complicated and confusing process. It is not uncommon for worthy applications to be rejected by an insurance company, even though the applicant is fully entitled to compensation. Our lawyers can assist you in every step of the way, making sure you have a solid case when you apply for compensation, and resolving issues in the event of a rejection.

Here are just some of the aspects of insurance benefits that we can help with:

  • Income replacement benefit
  • Catastrophic Designation
  • Minor Injury Guidelines
  • Disability certificate (OCF 3)
  • “No Fault” insurance system
  • Long Term Disability (LTD) benefits
  • Non-earner benefits
  • Application for accident benefits (OCF1)

For more information about insurance benefits, contact our Personal Injury Group.

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