Car Accidents

Car accidents occur frequently due to many factors such as distractions, fatigue, impaired driving, speeding and weather.

Car Accident Benefits

If you have been injured in a car accident in Ontario, regardless if you are at fault or not, you are entitled to claim benefits from your insurance company under the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (commonly known as “no-fault” insurance).

Additionally, if your car accident injuries are serious and permanent, you are also entitled to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party for damages arising from your injuries such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, past and future income loss, and past and future medical and rehabilitation expenses.

There are important time limits related to both the Statutory Accident Benefits coverage and any potential lawsuit that may be filed on your behalf so it is very important that you contact your insurance company within 7 days of the accident, and also that you contact an experienced car accident lawyer as soon as possible since you must notify the other party of your intention to file a claim within 120 days of the accident.

We Can Help

For over 15 years, Deutschmann Law has been assisting individuals who have suffered car accident injuries. We understand that your ability to pay for legal representation is limited after you have suffered a serious car accident injury so our fees are contingency based. If we don’t win, you don’t pay.

Please use our straight-forward claim form to provide us with the details of your car accident injuries. One of our experienced personal injury lawyers will contact you promptly to discuss your case in further detail and clearly explain your legal rights.

Learn more about Car Accident Claims.
Learn more about Car Accident Benefits (before September 2010).
Learn more about Car Accident Benefits (after September 2010).

Latest blog posts related to Car Accidents:

May 20, 2019 What Surveillance Evidence Needs to Be Disclosed to Applicant? - 18-004555 RD v Wawanesa Insurance, 2019 CanLII 22203 (ON LAT)
May 20, 2019 Applicant fails to make case for post 104 week benefit - 17-004072 GT v. The Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group, 2019 CanLII 18337 (ON LAT)
May 15, 2019 Applicant successful in ACB claim well after limitation period due to highly unusual circumstances - 18-000790 CW v Jevco Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 22200 (ON LAT)

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Practice Areas

  1. Car accidents
  2. Motorcycle accidents
  3. Automobile accident benefits
  4. Catastrophic injury
  5. Brain injury
  6. Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
  7. Spinal cord injury
  8. Drunk driving accidents
  9. Concussion syndrome
  1. Wrongful death
  2. Bicycle accidents
  3. Disability insurance claims
  4. Slip and fall injury
  5. Fractures or broken bone injury
  6. Pedestrian accidents
  7. Chronic pain
  8. Truck accidents
  9. Amputation and disfigurement

Personal Injury Blog

May 20, 2019
What Surveillance Evidence Needs to Be Disclosed to Applicant? - 18-004555 RD v Wawanesa Insurance, 2019 CanLII 22203 (ON LAT)
May 20, 2019
Applicant fails to make case for post 104 week benefit - 17-004072 GT v. The Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group, 2019 CanLII 18337 (ON LAT)
May 17, 2019
Limitation Period Extended for Applicant on Technical Grounds - 17-007716 SW v Pafco Insurance, 2019 CanLII 18324 (ON LAT)
May 16, 2019
Even Light Rain Increases Risk of Deadly Car Crash
May 15, 2019
Applicant successful in ACB claim well after limitation period due to highly unusual circumstances - 18-000790 CW v Jevco Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 22200 (ON LAT)
May 14, 2019
Is the speed limit going up? Is it safe? Key questions arising from government announcements

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