The lawyers at Aaron Waxman & Associates are experienced with Disability, Personal Injury and Employment claims.
The lawyers at Aaron Waxman and Associates are members of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), an organization consisting of plaintiff lawyers, law clerks and paralegals that promotes access to justice for all Ontarians and advocates for the rights of others who have been injured and suffered losses as a result of the wrongdoing of others, and promoting safety initiatives.
OTLA has been actively striving to bring awareness to how auto insurance reform will affect injured persons.
So far, OTLA has submitted two publications to candidates in the 2014 provincial election to make sure they are properly educated about the issues at hand.
The first publication discusses tort rights (the third party claim) and how an injured person has to pass a threshold to show the severity of his or her injury and his or her claim is subject to a $30,000 deductible. OTLA’s publication explains why the threshold and deductible are unfair to injured persons and asks for them to be repealed. This publication was originally published by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association as Election Update: Tort Rights- What can YOU do to help?, May 14, 2014, www.otla.com found here.
The second publication looks at Ontario’s accident benefits scheme and the drastic reduction in coverages since September 2010, the Minor Injury Guideline and how bleak the situation is becoming for injured persons.
This publication was originally published by the Ontario Lawyers Associated as Election Update: Eroding Auto Insurance Coverage, May 21, 2014, www.otla.com, found here.
Our firm represents clients who had been injured as a result of car accidents. Often times people who have been injured in a car accident have claims for tort, accident benefits and long-term disability. We are able to help clients with all of these claims and offer a free, no obligation consultation where we advise you of your legal rights and how the legal process works.
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* All of our lawyers are licensed by The Law Society of Upper Canada
* Office in Toronto and able to represent people in the province of Ontario