Do You Know the 15 Things To Do At An Accident Scene?
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Do You Know the 15 Things To Do At An Accident Scene?

This article outlines the critical steps to take at the scene of an accident that are paramount for your safety and the well-being of others involved.

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 can I do if I suffer from TMJ or jaw injuries following a motor vehicle accident?
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What can I do if I suffer from TMJ or jaw injuries following a motor vehicle accident?

In Canada, injuries to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or the jaw can result from the impact of a vehicle collision, leading to discomfort and long-lasting effects.

I was hit by a car on my bicycle: what happens now?
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I was hit by a car on my bicycle: what happens now?

A cyclist runs a risk of being struck by a vehicle and severely injured when sharing the road with cars. Bicyclists who have been struck by motorists can face significant challenges. Unlike drivers, cyclists are not required to have insurance to ride their bikes. Despite this, in the event of a crash with a car, a cyclist is given significant legal protection and multiple avenues to ensure they can seek compensation for their injuries.

How to make an Insurance Claim against an at fault driver

How to make an Insurance Claim against an at fault driver

If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you may have the right to make a personal injury claim. A claim against the at-fault driver is usually paid by his or her insurance company. More than 95% of these claims are settled without going to court. How do I proceed with…

2012 Nova Scotia Insurance Benefits

On April 1st 2012 the Government of Nova Scotia launched updates to Section B insurance benefits. These increase the compensation available and bring the benefits roughly in line with those in New Brunswick. The changes were recommended by an independent review, and are included with every motor vehicle insurance policy in Nova Scotia. Benefit Current…

What is Considered a Minor Injury for the Cap?

Some car accident injury claims in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island fall under a “minor injury cap“. This cap limits the maximum amount (“damages”) a person can receive for compensation for pain and suffering. Definition of “minor injuries” varies in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI Nova Scotia Nova Scotia has a…

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