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No-Fault Car Insurance Refresher

Accidents happen. If you have been injured in a car or motorcycle accident in Ontario, your focus should be on getting the appropriate medical treatment and getting your life back on track. Although this may sound simple, the somewhat complicated system of auto insurance in Ontario leaves some accident victims feeling overwhelmed and unsure about what steps are involved to ensure they are getting all the benefits they are entitled to.

Understanding Accident Benefits

A general understanding of how insurance works in Ontario is the first step in helping accident victims take charge. Below is a list of our previous blog posts that provide basic information about how car insurance works in Ontario:

Contact an Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, contact us online for a free legal consultation or by phone at 1-800-563-6348 to speak directly with one of our lawyers.

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