So What Does “Economic Loss” Mean, Anyway?

Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi Back in the fall, I reviewed a decision regarding the meaning of the word “incurred” as used in the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). That decision, Henry v. Gore Mutual, held that once the threshold decision of finding an economic loss had been made, there was no necessary correlation…

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More Money For Politics, But Not For Victims?

Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: In the past year, there have been several important decisions from the Ontario Court of Appeal dealing with the issue of catastrophic impairments that arise from automobile accidents. In both the Kuszniers and Pastore decisions, the highest court in the province declined to follow the interpretations urged by insurance…

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Law Times Looks at FSCO Backlog

I’m pleased to say that I was quoted in the Law Times regarding the backlog at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario: Albert Conforzi of Pace Law Firm thinks the challenging aspect of the arrangement will be in the quality of the assistance given. “The mediators at FSCO have great training and experience and a…

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A Legal Perspective on Chronic Pain

Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: The greatest challenge in the personal injury field regarding the resolution of chronic pain cases is that most of them fall under the heading of a subjective complaint. That is, the client is telling you about the pain they are experiencing, but there is no clear cut medical evidence…

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