On the first day of arguments in the Toronto Star’s legal challenge to make Ontario’s quasi-judicial tribunals more open and accessible, the courtroom itself served as a useful metaphor.
‘FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education’
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We are hearing about more and more cases where the time limitations for filing have lapsed due to a failure by a plaintiff’s legal representative to meet deadlines. Claimants should stay informed of what is happening with their files and forms and ask the questions about filing dates and limitations. Please see some of the decisions and articles listed at the bottom of this page for details
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A grieving daughter was blindsided when the lawyer hired to settle her father’s estate charged thousands of dollars for time he spent responding to a complaint the family filed against him.
The B.C. government has announced major steps to help the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) get out of financial crisis, but a number of organizations representing the legal community have expressed concerns the reforms to the provincially owned auto insurer may do unintended harm to victims of motor vehicle accidents.
“So You Think You’re Covered! The Insurance Industry Rip-Off” written
by accident victim Jokelee Vanderkop exposes the well-entrenched
default denial setting within the auto insurance industry against
injured motor vehicle accident victims while outlining how the
Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) and the Ontario government are