q and a with a lawyer



  • What is the first thing I should do after a car accident?

  • Should I seek medical attention even though I don't feel hurt?

  • Can I settle my claim myself or do I need a lawyer?

  • I can’t afford a lawyer, what should I do?

  • What if the insurance company says I caused the accident even though I didn’t?

  • I can’t work because of my car accident injuries; how do I pay my bills?

  • I have been told the other driver has no insurance. Can I still make a personal injury claim?

  • Do I have to accept what the insurance company offers for my injury claim?

  • I can’t work because of my car accident injuries, what do I tell my employer?

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did you know?

The fine for drivers caught using a hand-held device is $155. If a driver challenges the ticket in court, a judge has the discretion to adjust the fine anywhere in the range of $60 to $500. Save your money and pull over to use your phone.

Source: Ministry of Transportation

Car Accident Timelines

You have 10 business days to provide the insurance company information after it requests, or it can suspend or deny your benefits.

 
  • 7

    days

    You must inform the Accident Benefits insurance company of the accident and that you were hurt. MORE

  • 30

    days

    You must complete and send the Accident Benefits application within 30 days of it being provided to you by the insurance company. MORE

  • 120

    days

    You need to give written notice of your intention to sue the at-fault parties. MORE

  • 2

    years

    To commence a lawsuit against an at-fault driver or your own insurance company if your benefits are denied. MORE

 

All of the information on this site has been provided by Carranza LLP, Canada’s first ISO 9001:2008 certified personal injury law firm.

1280 Finch Ave. West, Suite 200

Toronto, Ontario Canada

M3J 3K6

T: 1-877-633-1065

F: 416-633-9782

To reach us by email please contact

lawoffice@carranza.on.ca

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