Every day, insurance companies pay millions to Canadians for injuries and property damages. Every Ontario driver is required by law to have car insurance, so many of these settlements involve car insurance policies. With an increase in car accidents and rising repair costs, Canadian auto insurers are seeing an increase in auto personal loss ratio for the fourth year in a row. A loss ratio is...Read More
New penalties were announced this week in Ontario for drug-related driving offences. The goal of the proposed changes is to balance the use of recreational cannabis with making sure Ontario roads stay safe in advance of the July 2018 date of legalization.
Who Do The New Penalties Affect?
According to The Globe and Mail, the new penalties include new and increased fines and suspensions....Read More
An accident that might only happen in seconds can have life-long effects. The financial and emotional stress takes its toll on not just the injured but also that person’s family.
According to the Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics, the year 2016 saw an increase in fatalities and total injuries. The total number of collisions with personal injuries was approximately...Read More