Auto Accidents

If you or your loved one has been in an accident, know your rights and the compensation that you are entitled to. Call AAPC Lawyers at 905-874-7011 and talk to one of the top personal injury lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). We are committed to protecting your rights and advocating for your best interests. With our extensive knowledge, expertise, and a proven track record of success in successful outcomes, we will ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Auto accidents can wreak havoc, causing physical injuries, emotional distress, and financial hardships. Obtain justice and pursue fair compensation for your losses. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us guide you through this difficult ordeal.

The Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (commonly referred to as SABS) is the legal framework that governs accident benefits coverage for individuals who have sustained injuries in automobile accidents within Ontario, Canada. SABS is a set of regulations within the Insurance Act that explains what benefits are accessible to those hurt in an accident.

In the province of Ontario, regardless of who is at fault, you have the right to claim certain benefits. This is a mandatory form of no-fault insurance that encompasses a wide spectrum of benefits including but not limited to medical expenses, rehabilitation services, death and funeral expenses, attendant care, income replacement and many more provisions.  

It’s important to note that the specific benefits and coverage limits under SABS may vary depending on the circumstances surrounding the accident, the severity of the injuries sustained, and the particulars of an individual’s insurance policy. Additionally, various time constraints are also applicable contingent on the nature of the claim. Considering this complexity, seeking legal counsel specializing in personal injury or accident benefits law is advisable to ensure a comprehensive understanding and navigation of the legal process.

Tort, in legal terms, refers to a civil wrong or breach of duty. In the realm of auto accident litigation, tort law provides a legal framework for individuals to seek compensation for injuries and damages resulting from car accidents.

One of the most common tort claims in auto accidents is negligence. If an individual can demonstrate that their injuries or damages resulted from someone else’s negligence, they may be entitled to seek compensation. This compensation can encompass various losses including but not limited to medical expenses, property damage, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and more.

It is crucial to be aware of the limitation periods in tort claims for auto accidents. Failing to initiate a claim within the stipulated timeframe, as outlined in the Limitation Act 2002, could lead to a forfeiture of the right to seek compensation or to initiate a claim.

To navigate these complexities and ensure you receive fair compensation for injuries and losses stemming from auto accidents, it’s essential to seek guidance from an experienced personal injury lawyer. Contact us today at 905-874-7011 to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our dedicated personal injury lawyers.