Statutory Accident Benefits are benefits you receive if you are injured in an auto accident, regardless of who was at fault. Beginning September 1, 2010, if you are buying a new policy or renewing an existing one, you have options to purchase more coverage than just the standard policy with respect to Statutory Accident Benefits coverage and price.
At Scardicchio Law Office Professional Corporation, our Personal Injury Lawyers have extensive knowledge of the Accident Benefits Schedule and routine dealings with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, which is the regulatory body that governs this process. Contact our experienced lawyers who can assist you in understanding the process of accident benefits, including income replacement benefits, non-earner benefits, medical rehabilitation, attendant care, housekeeping, and funeral and death expenses. Our law firm offers a free, no-obligation consultation where you will speak to a qualified lawyer immiediately the same day. Our Personal Injury Lawyers have extensive experience assisting catastrophic injured clients. We assist personal injury clients in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, Toronto, Etobicoke, North York, Newmarket, Hamilton, Orangeville, Guelph, Bradford, Kitchener, Milton, and across Ontario.
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If you are purchasing a new policy, or renewing an existing policy, you have different options to consider. Please find the following changes below.
The 2010 standard policy for non-catastrophic injuries includes $50,000 for medical and rehabilitation benefits, including assessment costs; $36,000 for attendant care benefits. Options to increases expand this to $100,000 or 1,100,000 for medical and rehabilitation benefits, including assessments, and $72,000 or $1,072,000 for attendant care benefits..
The 2010 standard policy for catastrophic injuries includes $1,000,000 for medical and rehabilitation benefits including assessment costs; $1,000,000 for attendant care benefits. Optional increases include additional $1,000,000 for medical, rehabilitation and attendant care benefits including assessment costs.
The 2010 standard policy includes up to $250 per week for the first dependant plus $50 for each additional dependant; available only for catastrophic injuries. Optional benefits include up to $250 per week for the first dependant plus $50 for each additional dependant; available for all injuries.
The 2010 standard policy includes up to $100 per week, available only for catastrophic injuries. Additional ad-on options include up to $100 per week, available for all injuries.
The 2010 standard policy includes 70 per cent of gross income up to $400 per week. Optional coverage can include weekly limit can be increased to $600, $800 or $1000 per week.
The 2010 standard policy does not include this. Adding the optional coverage will include up to $75 per week for the first dependant and $25 per week for each additional dependant to a maximum of $150 per week.
The 2010 standard policy includes only a $25,000 lump sum to an eligible spouse; $10,000 lump sum to each dependant; maximum $6,000 funeral benefits. The additional upgraded coverage includes $50,000 lump sum to an eligible spouse; $20,000 lump sum to each dependant; maximum $8,000 for funeral benefits.
Any person who has been injured in an accident or a person who is suffering from psychological or mental injuries as a result of an accident that has injured certain relatives or dependants. This means that even if you were not involved in a car accident you may still be entitled to accident benefits to help you deal with the psychological and mental strains of injured relatives.
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