If you have been harmed through no fault of your own, we can help.

Our team of professionals is here to help you navigate the complexities of the legal system.

We deal with the insurance companies so you do not have to. We advocate for you!

There are usually two components to a personal injury claim involving a motor vehicle.

1. Accident Benefits

Who Pays?

Usually your own insurer

What Can I Claim?

Access to medical/rehabilitation benefits, weekly benefits, and others as applicable (i.e. non-earner benefits or income replacement, attendant care)

How Do I Get My Claim Started?

OCF-1: Fill this out first, it will get everything started

OCF-2: Must be filled out by your employer to get an income replacement benefit

OCF-3: Must be signed by a regulated health professional (i.e. your family doctor)

* The OCF-1 & OCF-3 must be completed and submitted

2. Tort

Who Pays?

The ‘Wrong-doer’, or at-fault party

What Can I Claim?

Some categories include: damages for your pain and suffering, future care needs, housekeeping, income loss, out-of-pocket expenses

Family members may also have a claim for loss of care, guidance and companionship

How Do I Get My Claim Started?

We will meet with you to get your claim started.

You have two (2) years from the date of the accident


You have two (2) years from the date of the accident to pursue a claim. If a Statement of Claim is not issued, you will be Statute barred

This is an overview only and does not represent every motor vehicle accident or every claim. This is provided for general information purposes only, and does NOT constitute legal or professional advice. No person should act or refrain from acting on the basis of this information.

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