Statutory Accident Benefits

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What Is The Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS)?

Legislated systems in Ontario seriously limit your ability to sue or recover damages for injuries sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident. However, this system outlines a list of mandatory benefits.

Simply put, the system consists of the two following parts:

  1. A prescribed set of mandatory benefits ("Staturory Accident Benefits ") that insurers must pay to injured parties, including "at fault" drivers, passengers in vehicles, and injured pedestrians. See the chart below for more information.
  2. A set of conditions and criteria that must be met before you are entitled to receive compensation for specific physical and psychological injuries. This is known legally as a "tort claim ."

Accident Benefits Guide

Filing an insurance claim can be an overwhelming experience. Pace Law Firm has the needed experience in dealing with the formal application for recovering damages and benefits, the required documentation, as well as the supporting materials. Contact a personal





injury lawyer at Pace Law Firm as early as possible to protect your rights after an accident. Contact our legal team will help you pursue your best legal path to full financial recovery.

If you or someone you love has been injured, or has been denied their rightful benefits, contact us today. Be sure to read our accident benefits guide to learn more about your rights.

We offer a free initial consultation and you don’t pay until your case is settled or won. Call 1-877-236-3060.

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For complete details about both tort claims and specific accident benefits, see our Guidebook for Accident Benefits, available as a download. For a brief overview of your Statutory Accident Benefits, please see the chart below.

Source: pacepersonalinjury.com

Category: Accident

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