On April 1st 2012 the Government of Nova Scotia launched updates to Section B insurance benefits. These increase the compensation available and bring the benefits roughly in line with those in New Brunswick. The changes were recommended by an independent
After you have been involved in a serious accident, you should always seek medical treatment because you may have suffered internal bleeding. You may not realize it because the symptoms of internal bleeding don’t always appear immediately. Just about any
Some car accident injury claims in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island fall under a “minor injury cap“. This cap limits the maximum amount (“damages”) a person can receive for compensation for pain and suffering. Definition of “minor
If your insurance policy has a rental endorsement, your premium may cover the use of that rental. This endorsement is also referred to as “Loss of Use” insurance, since you lost the use of your car because of the accident.
If your doctor says the injuries you have sustained in an accident keep you from working, you may qualify for Weekly Loss of Income Payments. These are provided by your own insurance company as part of a Section B claim.