At Azimi Law we cannot make things the way that they were prior to a motor vehicle accident, but we are here to take the leading role in helping you and your loved one receive compensation for the unfortunate or unexpected losses that the accident caused.
In Ontario, for most people automobiles are a way of life. We all happen to drive or ride in a car, public transportation, truck or other motor vehicle everyday. We are often unaware how dangerous automobiles can be and how often a serious car accident could occur. If you or your loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident that involved a motorcycle, car, boat, public transportation, truck or an all-terrain motor vehicle (ATV), it’s best that you seek the advice of a qualified and competent personal injury lawyer.
It is well-known and common knowledge that most personal injury cases settle, but in the event that an insurer is unwilling to resolve a file or claim on a reasonable basis, the team at Azimi Law will not hesitate to take the case to trial and/or arbitration as well as the Licensing Appeal Tribunal.
At Azimi Law, our goal is to be with you every step of the way and to get you the maximum compensation that you deserve. We are here to:
- Always address your concerns and answer any of your questions regarding your case
- Keep you updated on the status of your case at all stages
- Conduct a thorough investigation of your accident to determine the cause of the accident and identify liable parties
- Handle all aspects of your legal case and file and handle your insurance related paper work
In Ontario, we have a no-fault accident benefit scheme. Even if you or a loved one has been involved in a motor vehicle accident and you are deemed at fault for causing the accident, you are still entitled to claim accident benefits, which include:
- Medical and rehabilitation expenses
- Income replacement benefit
- Non-earner benefit
- Housekeeping benefit
- Attendant care benefit
- Caregiver benefit
To obtain these benefits, it is important for you to understand that applying for the entitlement of these benefits is time-sensitive, and the process can cause stress for those unfamiliar with Ontario’s no-fault regulations. Don’t stress! Call Azimi Law, and we will help you navigate through the complex and overwhelming process so that you don’t make uninformed decisions or mistakes.
It is always recommended that you do not deal with insurance companies and insurance adjusters on your own, and let a qualified personal injury lawyer do that for you.
In Ontario, those who have been injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident, have the right to sue the at-fault driver within 2 years of the accident. A Tort claim is a lawsuit, and those injured are able to claim damages and compensation for pain and suffering, future care, and economic losses. Also, family members of those injured also have the right sue the at-fault party for damages under the Family Law Act.
Many inquire as to how much their car accident case is worth, however, the value of a car accident case is dependent on a number of factors and generally include the following:
- The extent and severity of injuries sustained by victims
- The size and type of insurance policy held by both the defendant and plaintiff
- Liability; and
- The significant and severity of damage to property
Contact Azimi Law for a free no obligation consultation.