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A Spring Refresher on No-Fault Car Insurance

If you have been injured in a car or motorcycle crash in Ontario, your focus should be on getting the appropriate medical treatment and getting your life back to normal.  This may sound simple.  In reality however, the somewhat complicated system of auto insurance in Ontario leaves some accident victims feeling overwhelmed and unsure about what steps they should be taking to ensure they are getting all the benefits they are entitled to receive.  
The paperwork itself may seem daunting – especially when the accident victim is already dealing with physical and psychological pain resulting from a car accident.

Understanding Accident Benefits

A general understanding of how no-fault insurance works in Ontario is a first step which may help accident victims take charge and relieve some of their stress and anxiety.  To this end, we have compiled a list of our blogs which provide basic general information about how no-fault car insurance works in Ontario.  Simply click on the title of the blog you wish to read and learn more about what to expect if you have been injured in a car or motorcycle accident.


Contact Ontario’s Injury Lawyers

Have you been injured in a car crash? Do you have questions about the no-fault benefits you are entitled to receive? Our team of experienced personal injury lawyers will ensure you are accessing all the benefits you are entitled to receive and ensure that all steps are being taken to advance and protect your rights.  Contact us toll free at 800-563-6348 or fill out our online form for a free initial consultation with an Ontario Injury Lawyer.

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