The Trouble with Bad Faith Claims in the Context of Statutory Accident Benefits

The Trouble with Bad Faith Claims in the Context of Statutory Accident Benefits

Insurance companies have a duty to deal fairly with the claims of the people they insure. If you are in a car accident, however, you cannot sue your insurance company for bad faith in connection with their decision to deny your statutory accident benefits. In 702535 Ontario Inc. v. Non-Marine Underwriters, Lloyd’s of London, the … Continue reading The Trouble with Bad Faith Claims in the Context of Statutory Accident Benefits