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  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education

Latest News Articles

March 8, 2019

Although you might think that under the “no-fault” insurance regime you are not entitled to sue, that’s simply not true

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ABISS-Ashley Tindall-Acquired Brain Injury Survivor-Surveillance by Insurers

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Are Uber Passengers Protected If There Is An Accident?

Uber and Lyft have changed how people get around. But what happens in the event that you are injured in a motor vehicle collision while using one of these ride-sharing services? 
 
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Litigation lender search should begin with OTLA-vetted firms

When it comes to finding a responsible settlement lender, a safe starting point for counsel and clients would be to look at firms that have already been evaluated by the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association (OTLA) in accordance with its Policy on Litigation Loan Companies, says Stephen Pauwels, co-founder and principal of Toronto-based specialist litigation finance firm BridgePoint Financial Services
 
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What Health Care Providers Need to Know – and Do – about the Proposed Change to the ODSP Definition of Disability
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First potholes and now this? Car insurance rates on the rise
As if the pot holes weren’t enough for Montreal drivers to worry about, car insurance rates are on their way up.The rise comes after several years of the rates holding steady and the Insurance Bureau of Canada said part of the reason for the rise is that car repairs have gotten pricier.
 

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