In Ontario, there seems to be a taboo about bringing a legal claim against a loved one. Litigation is seen as conflict, so bringing a claim against someone instantly sounds like you don’t like them, or you’re trying to start a fight against them, or a dozen other negative things.Read More
In Ontario, victims of motor vehicle accidents must navigate their available options for compensation. There are two ways victims can obtain compensation:
- accident benefits claim and
- tort claim.
It is important to understand how they interplay with each other. Seeking legal representation is a very effective way to navigate the legal system when dealing with these claims.Read More
If you are not 100% at fault, a claim can be made. Tort claims can be made for:
- general damages (pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and loss of amenities)
- loss of income
- housekeeping costs
- future care expenses
- other out of pocket expenses.
To preserve your claim, the law requires that the at fault person be put on notice within 120 days from the date of the accident and a lawsuit be filed in court within 2 years.
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