If you feel overwhelmed and anxious about what to do after a Toronto car accident, you aren’t alone. Many injury victims have countless questions about what to expect moving forward. Below are some of the most common questions our law firm receives from accident survivors just like you.
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Going to court may not sound enjoyable, but it could be necessary depending on a number of factors, including how successful negotiations with the insurance company go and how considerable your losses are.
Before accepting an offer from the insurance company, it’s important to review the offer with your lawyer. Insurance companies aren’t known for putting their claimant’s needs first, and they will like try to settle your claim for less than you deserve.
The basic limitation period for car accident lawsuits across Ontario is two years. This gives you a maximum of two years from the date of the accident to file a claim. If your lawsuit is not filed within the basic limitation period, also known as the statute of limitations, then you will lose the opportunity to be awarded compensation for your losses.
There are many reasons car accidents occur, and if you were involved in a single-car accident, you may still be entitled to compensation. Your lawyer will need to investigate the cause of your accident. If another party is to blame for the injuries you sustained, suing may still be an option.
If you are interested in discussing the individual details of your case in greater detail with an experienced Toronto car accident lawyer at Jasmine Daya & Co., you can do so by scheduling a free, no-obligation consultation. You can do so by filling out the quick contact form at the bottom of this page or by giving our office a call at 416-967-9100.