Approved Services Received Pursuant To Approved Treatment And Assessments Plans Should Always Be Paid By Accident Benefit Insurers

Approved Services Received Pursuant To Approved Treatment And Assessments Plans Should Always Be Paid By Accident Benefit Insurers Ontario car accident victims are entitled to reasonable and necessary treatment paid for by their accident benefit insurer, albeit subject to various limitations set out in the legislation. To ensure that the accident benefit insurer is legally bound to pay for required treatment, healthcare providers must submit treatment and assessment plans (called OCF-18s) to the … Continued

Five Tips For Finding The Right Accident Benefit Healthcare Provider

Five Tips For Finding The Right Accident Benefit Healthcare Provider The no-fault accident benefit system in Ontario allows all those injured to choose providers to assist them with required treatment at an insurer’s expense, albeit subject to certain limitations and in keeping with the legislation. Finding the right healthcare provider to assist you can be challenging. Here are five tips for finding the right accident … Continued

It’s OK To Sue A Loved One To Access Insurance

It’s OK To Sue A Loved One To Access Insurance It’s understandable to be hesitant to sue a loved one for causing an accident. Unfortunately, accident victims are forced to do so because they are required to sue ‘people’ to access insurance, and those ‘people’ are commonly the friends or family they were with at the time of the accident. We all buy insurance to … Continued

High Speeds Equal Less SABS

High Speeds Equal Less SABS Recently, we saw another example of how incidents of stunt driving and street racing have been on the rise since the COVID-19 pandemic started. On May 9, 2020, Ontario Provincial Police caught a driver travelling 308 km/h on the QEW Highway. Not only does this behaviour attract the risk of significant fines, vehicle impoundment, incarceration … Continued