Accident victims who suffer from catastrophic injuries can receive significantly larger insurance settlements. Our personal injury lawyers specialize in helping you determine if you qualify under Ontario law.
To help address your questions, we’ve created a free guide to provide accident victims, their loved ones, and their healthcare providers with a thorough overview of the criteria used to determine if they are catastrophically impaired.
Ontario’s legal criteria are quite complex, leading to a lot of uncertainty and confusion over whether a person is likely to qualify under Ontario law. In addition, insurance companies will not make the determination voluntarily in any but the clearest cases. As a result, we have found that many accident victims who should be considering an application for catastrophic benefits, and many healthcare providers who should be recommending it, fail to do so because they do not have a clear understanding of the types of injuries and impairments that will qualify.
If you are seriously injured, reading this guide is the first step you can take to avoid needless suffering when you, your loved one, or your patient needs ongoing treatment and care for their recovery that exceeds the non-catastrophic limits.
Take some time to read the guide to better understand the criteria used. Once you’ve read the guide, or if you have questions, reach out to us at Campisi Law. We have achieved exceptional results for our clients against Ontario’s most powerful insurance companies (and the law firms that represent them) including AIG, Allstate, Aviva, Chubb, Cooperators, Desjardins, Economical, Intact, Lloyd’s, Northbridge, RBC, RSA, TD, Travelers, Wawanesa and Zurich.
Also, for more information on available benefits and amounts, please see the Accident Benefits table in our Car Accident eBook.