As an Ottawa personal injury lawyer, I meet daily with people who have been involved in an accident in Ontario and every initial meeting inevitably is a question and answer period. This is inevitable. Of course, if you have been involved in an accident, you have a number of questions that need answers. As most accidents and cases are unique, the answer varies from person to person and accident to accident. As personal injury lawyers in Ottawa, we are always happy to help by providing information. This is our job. We know the ins and the out of Ontario accident benefit insurance claims and personal injury law in Ontario. Most questions seem to center around Ontario accident benefits. Here are 2 common questions our Ottawa personal injury lawyers are often asked:
How long can you claim Income Replacement Benefits?
Personal injury law in Ontario states that depending on the injuries, one can claim Income Replacement Accident Benefits for up to 104 weeks, providing that the injured has suffered a substantial inability to perform daily essential tasks of employment.
Can one claim Income Replacement Benefits after the 104 week period?
Yes, it is possible to claim Income Replacement Benefits after the 104 week mark, providing that the injured has a complete inability to engage in any type of employment in which they are suited for that matches with their experience, education and previous training.
If you have any other questions that relate to personal injury law in Ontario or insurance claims, feel free to contact any of our Ottawa personal injury lawyers and we would be happy to help. Visit our website at www.ottawainjury.ca call 613-978-9549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org