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5 Things to Know about Securing Disability Benefits in Ontario

At Preszler Injury Lawers, our disability lawyres have provided legal assistance to thousands of Ontarians when their disability benefits have been rejected or denied. If you develop a chronic physical or mental illness or sustain a severe injury that makes it impossible for you to continue working, if your insurance coverage offers disability benefits, you … Continue reading “5 Things to Know about Securing Disability Benefits in Ontario”

Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: How It Works

In Ontario, thousands of individuals file claims for motor vehicle accident compensation each year. Obtaining compensation after a motor vehicle accident can be a complex process which is one of the reasons why personal injury lawyers encourage you to hire them to assist with claims. There are numerous mitigating factors involved, as well as several … Continue reading “Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: How It Works”

Paying for a Personal Support Worker and Attendant Care After an Injury

Surviving a serious accident with severe or catastrophic injuries can profoundly impact the way people live their lives. Depending on the severity of their injuries, accident survivors may require the assistance of a personal support worker in the form of attendant care to provide them with what they need. However, the cost of attendant care can be expensive, placing a financial burden on the shoulders of the accident victim or his or her family. To learn more about paying for attendant care after sustaining injuries in an accident, click here.

Keeping Track of Medical Records and Expenses

If you have been injured in an accident, you may find yourself taking on a great deal of unexpected expenses and quite a bit of paperwork. It is important to keep thorough, accurate records of medical treatments you have undergone, costs associated with your recovery, and the amount of time you have been unable to work because of your injuries. Doing so can be crucial for calculating your total damages and for fully illustrating just how significantly your injuries have impacted your quality of life. To learn more about staying organized after an injury, click here.

Income Replacement vs. Non-Earner Benefits for Ontario Car Accident Victims

If you were injured in a car accident, regardless of who was at-fault, you might be entitled to coverage through your insurance provider. The different types of mandatory automobile insurance included in all Ontario policies are outlined in the province’s Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). Ontario’s SABS includes coverage for income replacement benefits if you … Continue reading “Income Replacement vs. Non-Earner Benefits for Ontario Car Accident Victims”

Can I Receive Accident Benefits if I Lose My Job After a Car Accident?

All automobile insurance policies in the province are required to include the coverage mandated by the Pntario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). If your injuries make it impossible for you to return to work, you may be eligible to collect income replacement benefits. Case Study: Sabadash v. State Farm, et al. What if you had … Continue reading “Can I Receive Accident Benefits if I Lose My Job After a Car Accident?”

How is “Pain and Suffering” Determined in Ontario?

Unlike some other Canadian provinces, in Ontario, jury trials are still regularly used in civil cases such as personal injury lawsuits. Are juries really fair to accident victims? In a 2016 case, Mandel v. Fakhim, an Ontario Superior Court judge expressed the opinion that “jury trials in civil cases seem to exist in Ontario solely … Continue reading “How is “Pain and Suffering” Determined in Ontario?”

Calculating Self-Employment Income Losses Following an Auto Accident

After an injury-causing motor vehicle collision, automobile insurance companies may be responsible for providing injured policyholders with income replacement benefits (IRBs) if their newly acquired medical conditions make it impossible for them to continue working. IRBs do not replace all of an accident victim’s pre-accident income. Rather, they provide payments of up to 70% of … Continue reading “Calculating Self-Employment Income Losses Following an Auto Accident”

 
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