Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: Did you know that since 1968, doctors have been obligated to report unfit drivers to the Ministry of Transportation? Indeed, since 2006, your doctor has been paid to do so: Since 1968, Ontario doctors have been required by law to report unfit drivers, but studies have shown that actual…Details
Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: On September 27, the Ontario Court of Appeal issued a long awaited ruling dealing with the case of Pastore v. Aviva Insurance Company. The case dealt with the interpretation of the definition of catastrophic impairment in the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). A catastrophic impairment designation opens up an…Details
Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi – Sometimes opportunities come across our lives that allow us to give back to our community outside of our areas of expertise. I have been fortunate to be involved in one such chance. For the last number of years I have been involved in the Pro-Am Golf Committee for…Details
In this video, Toronto personal injury lawyer Alex Voudouris and Access Rehab’s Jim Anagnostopoulos discuss the problems with the Minor Injury Guideline in Ontario.
Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: A recent decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal has provided some further guidance to insurers on the issue of Loss Transfer. Loss transfers exist between insurers of different classes of vehicles for accident benefit payments. For example, between a motorcycle and a car, or a car and a…Details