Litigating Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

Venue: St. Andrew’s Club and Conference Centre

Location: Toronto, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 30, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2009
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Bill 198, the governing law of Ontario’s automobile sector, is about to undergo a radical facelift. Ontario’s industry regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), after lengthy consultation with industry stakeholders and review of their
submissions, published its Report on the Five Year Review of Automobile Insurance on March 31, 2009. Whether you are a lawyer, paralegal, health professional or insurance claims handler, the FSCO Report recommendations, expected to soon amend Bill 198, will radically change the nature of your practice.

Where are the courts heading with threshold, catastrophic impairment (“CAT”) and bad faith cases? How can Accident Benefits (“AB”) including the Pre-Approved Framework (“PAF”) and assessment processes operate more efficiently, speedily and with better results? What are the best practices to prepare for mediation, arbitration and successfully negotiate an early and favourable settlement for your client?