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
In a recent blog post I highlighted steps that every accident victim should consider to help document their claims at an early stage (“I Was In An Accident, What Should I Do?“). In that post, I emphasized the importance of hiring a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to take over complicated and important … Continued
Warm spring weather brings the annual renewal of our natural world and with it a surge in traumatic head injuries from increased use of bicycles, motorcycles and ATVs. Many of these terrible injuries could be prevented through the use of certified helmets. Leading Canadian neurosurgeon, Dr Charles Tator, compares the human brain to a bowl … Continued
Thomson Rogers is proud to once again be the Diamond Sponsor of the Ontario Brain Injury Association’s 2021 Virtual Provincial ABI Conference. The conference is being held on October 28-29, 2021. For more information, please click here.
Join us for Session 14 of the Thomson Rogers Webinar Series April 29, 2021 at 11:00 am with personal injury lawyers Craig Brown, Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson who will be discussing “When and How to Take Legal Action.” In this session, the following topics will be discussed: notice/limitation periods; small claims; simplified procedure; ordinary procedure; … Continued