Major Sections in the Standard Automobile Insurance Policy
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Major Sections in the Standard Automobile Insurance Policy

In New Brunswick, the Financial and Consumer Services Commission has approved a Standard Automobile Insurance Policy. This means that every insured vehicle in New Brunswick has, at the very least, the same minimum coverage. There are 5 major sections in the Standard Automobile Insurance Policy. Learn more in this article.

What happens if the person I got in an accident with doesn’t have insurance coverage?
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What happens if the person I got in an accident with doesn’t have insurance coverage?

If you’ve had the misfortune of being in a car accident or know someone who has been involved in one, you may know to what extent insurance coverages come into play when determining the compensation each party involved will receive. You may not know, however, that insurance companies tag onto automobile policies a coverage called…

What are pecuniary and non-pecuniary losses?
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What are pecuniary and non-pecuniary losses?

You can’t speak about a personal injury law case without speaking of pecuniary and non-pecuniary losses. These two terms are in fact directly correlated with the term compensation. If you hire a personal injury lawyer for your case and your case is indeed won, the amount of money you will receive for compensation of your…

What Are Compensatory Damages?
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What Are Compensatory Damages?

When someone is injured in a motor vehicle accident, there are certain procedures in place in order to insure their well-being. In the event of an accident, we call the compensation offered to the victim compensatory damages. In fact, this type of compensation is meant to place the victim of a motor vehicle accident in…

What Do You Need to Know About SEF 44 Family Insurance?

What Do You Need to Know About SEF 44 Family Insurance?

  The SEF 44 Family Protection Endorsement is an optional rider (an add-on) to motor vehicle insurance policies. It provides you with extra protection in case you are injured by another motorist who does not have enough insurance coverage to pay your injury claim. Insurance policies are legally required to provide compensation to other people…

Insurance Claim Lawyers Discuss Protecting Yourself as a Motorcyclist

As a group, motorcyclists are considered vulnerable road users. Every year for the past five years there have been at least 175 motorcyclist fatalities in Canada, according to the latest Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics. Motorcyclists make up at least 8.4 percent of annual motor vehicle fatalities. More than 647,000 registered motorcycles registered in…

Fatal Accident Claims in Nova Scotia

If you have lost a family member in a fatal car accident in Nova Scotia, you may be eligible to make two types of insurance claims: 1) accident benefits claim and 2)wrongful death lawsuit. Accident Benefits Claim All automoble insurance policies issued in Nova Scotia include no-fault accident benefits. These benefits are paid immediately following…

What can you claim for injuries from a car accident?

The goal of compensation is that you are supposed to be no worse off than if the injury or accident never happened. It should restore what you have lost, or offset the difficulties caused by what can’t be restored. As such, you can claim compensation for the following: Your pain and suffering Your loss of…

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