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How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Prince Edward Island?

If you live in Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), you must have valid car insurance in order to drive legally. Car insurance in Prince Edward Island is sold to consumers by private companies ...
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How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in New Brunswick?

Car Insurance in New Brunswick is provided by over 60 private companies. Although these insurance companies compete for your business by providing different options and prices, they ...
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How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Nova Scotia?

Although car insurance in Nova Scotia is provided by private companies, they must provide (and you must purchase) a series of minimum requirements in order to drive lawfully. Essentially, ...
newfoundland

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Newfoundland and Labrador?

Car insurance in Newfoundland and Labrador is administered and sold by private companies. These private insurance companies must, at the very least, make available to drivers the mandatory ...
quebec

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Quebec?

Unlike the other provinces and territories, Quebec has what’s been called a pure no-fault system of car insurance because residents are not permitted to initiate lawsuits based on ...
ontario

Suing In Ontario after Sustaining Injuries Caused by Wrongdoers

What is my Claim Worth? Suing In Ontario after Sustaining Injuries Caused by Wrongdoers The Types of Damages Available in Personal Injury Lawsuits Personal injury is an area of law ...
manitoba

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Manitoba?

By law, all drivers in Manitoba must have Basic Autopac coverage. Basic Autopac is provided by Manitoba Public Insurance, which is a Crown Corporation that has been providing car insurance ...
sask

How do car insurance and personal injury lawsuits work in Saskatchewan?

Every driver in Saskatchewan must have car insurance in order to drive lawfully. Car insurance in Saskatchewan is provided to consumers by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI), a ...
alberta

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in Alberta?

All drivers in Alberta must have a valid car insurance policy in place or be insured under some else’s policy. Car insurance in Alberta is currently sold by approximately 70 companies. ...
bc

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in British Columbia?

British Columbia residents injured in car accidents may claim benefits from the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) under their car insurance policy and/or file lawsuits ...
nunavut

How do car insurance and personal injury lawsuits work in Nunavut?

Like many other provinces and territories, car insurance in Nunavut is regulated by the government in Iqaluit but administered by private insurance companies. As part of the regulation, ...
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What kind of therapy do I need if I was in a car accident?

What kind of therapy do I need if I was in a car accident? If you were injured in a car accident or know someone who was, you understand how traumatic an experience it can be. In addition ...
yukon

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in the Yukon?

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in the Yukon? Like many other provinces, car insurance in Yukon is provided to drivers by private insurance companies. ...
NWT

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in the Northwest Territories?

How do car insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits work in the Northwest Territories? All drivers in the Northwest Territories must carry valid car insurance. Car insurance is ...
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Suing a Nursing Home for Inadequate Care

Unfortunately, neglect and abuse of seniors in Ontario nursing homes and long-term care facilities is not uncommon. A Toronto Star report published in 2011 prompted the industry to ...
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Elevator and Escalator Accidents

Elevators and escalators are located in thousands of buildings and used by people every day of the year. They usually operate well and according to expectations but when they malfunction, ...
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Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death Meaning of “Wrongful Death” The term “wrongful death” refers to cases in which someone is killed because of the negligence (legal wrong) of another person. This ...
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Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles can be dangerous for the people driving them and their passengers as well as other users of the roads (and sidewalks). In 2009 alone, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation ...
malpractice

Suing a Doctor for Sub-standard Care in Ontario

If you sustained serious injuries after a medical procedure and you believe the doctor or medical facility played a role in those injuries, you might consider suing the physician or ...

Short term and long term disability insurance

The Difference between Short-Term Benefits and Long-Term Benefits and What They Provide Introduction Your employer may have a group insurance plan in place to provide its employees ...

Product Liability

Suing the Responsible Party after being Injured by a Product Every day millions of people buy products for personal or commercial use. It is not uncommon for products to be defective, ...

Class Action Lawsuits in Ontario

Introduction Class action lawsuits allow a group of people that have been wronged by the same defendant to bring their claims together in order to save time and money. Class action ...

Family Law Act Claims

Cases in which Family Members Can Sue for Injuries Sustained by other Family Members Introduction Ontario’s Family Law Act allows the children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents, ...

Dog Bites

Each year, almost five million people are bitten or attacked by dogs in Canada and the United States. The Humane Society of Canada estimates someone suffers a dog bite in Canada every ...
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Slip and Fall Lawsuits

Slip and fall accidents are very common. Generally, these accidents occur when people fall and injure themselves on someone else’s property as a result of dangerous or hazardous conditions. ...
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Suing an at fault or negligent driver for damages

Suing an at fault or negligent driver for damages People injured in car accidents in Ontario may claim benefits from insurance companies and/or file lawsuits against at-fault drivers ...
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