Changes to Ontario Auto Insurance

As most of our readers are already aware, there have been significant changes to the laws governing automobile accident insurance claims in Ontario. Many of these changes came into effect October 1, 2003. During the consultation process Thomson Rogers has made submissions to the Conservatives and resisted those changes that are detrimental to the welfare of persons injured in auto accidents. Since our last issue, Thomson Rogers has continued efforts to promote the interest of people with injuries caused by auto accidents before Government and opposition MPP’s. On July 10, 2003, the Conservatives and the Liberals released "White Papers" setting out their respective plans for changes to the tort and accident benefit components of the automobile insurance law. The White Papers can be found on our website. Our efforts have included: On July 10th, Thomson Rogers met with and made submissions to the Minister of Finance concerning the Tory White Paper. ...

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