Since the early 1990’s, all automobile policies in Ontario have included statutory accident benefits coverage. The accident benefits you are entitled to following a motor vehicle accident injury, even if the accident was your fault, include:
- Income replacement
- Non-earner benefit
- Caregiver benefit
- Housekeeping benefit
- Attendant care benefit
- Medical and rehabilitation expenses
Even with these rights, you still need to manage complex accident benefits claims to get the compensation and benefits you need and are owed to you from the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (MVACF). Accident victims understandably often have the impression the accident benefits process is simple, but usually it’s not.
Accident benefits: critical timelines
To notify your insurer of your intention to apply for accident benefits
To submit your Accident Benefits Application Package
From the date of the accident to notify of intention to sue
We work hard for your rights: to us you aren’t just a file, you are a life
At Howie, Sacks & Henry , we use our expertise in accident benefits law to help you receive income replacement, caregiver, therapy, housekeeping, and attendant care benefits, and any home modifications you may be entitled to.
By vigorously protecting your rights against insurance companies before the courts and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), we can help relieve the stress and confusion that comes with navigating the no-fault benefit insurance system, and ensure you receive full compensation.
We genuinely care about our clients and are proud of our track record of maximizing their available accident benefits following motor vehicle accident injuries .