Accident Benefits in Ontario (Print + ProView online)

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : L95661
Type de produit : Supplemented book + Online
Coût de mise à jour prévu : $591 per supplement (4-6 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Nombre de volumes : 2 volumes looseleaf supplemented book
Reliure : 3-Ring Binder
2018-05-07
Date de publication : 2005-04-01
Éditeur : Canada Law Book
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In-depth guidance to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule in Ontario with summaries and analysis of case law

This service provides in-depth guidance to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule in Ontario with summaries and analysis of case law with respect to arbitration decisions from the Licence Appeal Tribunal (L.A.T.), relevant judicial decisions, and private arbitration decisions. Case digests are available online with links to the full-text decisions.

Updated regularly with L.A.T. decisions, court decisions, and hard-to-find private arbitration decisions, this service includes:

  • Annotated S.A.B.S. - 2010 (Effective September 1, 2010)
  • Annotated S.A.B.S. - 1996 (Accidents On or After November 1, 1996)
  • Chapters on Priority Disputes and Loss Transfer Disputes under the Insurance Act with annotations of selected arbitration decisions on these matters
  • Table of Special Awards
  • A chart of Judicial Review applications
  • A Procedural Chart
  • Relevant statutes and regulations including the Arbitration Act, 1991, the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, 1997, the Insurance Act, the Judicial Review Procedure Act, the Statutory Powers Procedure Act, and the Licence Appeal Tribunal Act
  • Guidelines and Fault Determination Rules

Subscribers also receive the Accident Benefits in Ontario Newsletter, a monthly current awareness resource e-mailed to you directly.

Also available as an eLooseleaf on ProView with an integrated search option for WestlawNext Canada subscribers.  See all available titles

À propos de l'auteur

The late James M. Flaherty served as Canada's Minister of Finance from 2006 to 2014. He was a founding partner of Flaherty Dow Elliott & McCarthy where he practised as a trial lawyer in insurance litigation for 20 years before becoming a Member of the Provincial Parliament. In 1989, the Law Society of Upper Canada certified him as a specialist in civil litigation.
Catherine H. Zingg B.A., LL.B., practices insurance law with Flaherty Dow Elliott & McCarthy. She is a past Chair of the Bar Dispute Resolution Group Forum at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and was a Member of the Minister's Committee on the Designated Assessment Centre System. Ms. Zingg has served on the executive of the Young Lawyer's and Civil Litigation sections of the Canadian Bar Association of Ontario and as Secretary and Treasurer of the Womens' Law Association of Ontario. She has participated as a Bar Admission instructor in civil litigation.
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