Please note that informaiton provided in here is for general information only. It is not legal advice and should not be relied upon. If you have a legal question, you should consult a lawyer.
If the other driver is at fault can I make a claim for my losses against their insurance company?
Yes. If you are injured in a Ontario motor vehicle accident as a result of another person's negligence, you can advance a Ontario personal injury lawsuit for your losses. This claim is made against the at-fault driver for compensation. Provided that the other driver has insurance, it is the insurance company that will defend and ultimately pay the claim.
Still have questions? If so, contact personal injury attorney Andrew Iacobelli, to schedule a free consultation.
If you have questions about a prospective personal injury claim, contact Ontario personal injury lawyer, Andrew Iacobelli, for a complimentary consultation.
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