Insurer Pays for Not Negotiating in Good Faith

Important Accident Benefit Decision

In September 2010 the Ontario government slashed the medical benefits you could get under your car insurance policy for injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident. The $100,000 limit for treatments (those not covered by OHIP) was reduced to $50,000. For accident...
Insurer Pays for Not Negotiating in Good Faith

What Is Bad Faith?

You purchase insurance coverage for a variety of reasons. Sometimes because it is mandated by law, sometimes it is to protect your family or assets, and sometimes it is to provide you with peace of mind that you will be taken care of if something goes wrong. In the...
Insurer Pays for Not Negotiating in Good Faith

Do I Have Enough Insurance?

Insurance Brokers and Insurance Agents are the professionals that we count on to advise us about the different insurance policies and coverages that are available to protect our businesses and our families from fires, car accidents and disability. Not all insurance...
Insurer Pays for Not Negotiating in Good Faith

The Duty to Defend

Your car insurance policy requires your insurer to hire a lawyer to defend you if you are sued.  But what if your insurer offers to pay your liability limits and then walk away?  In a recent case that’s exactly what happened. Mr. Malaviya had...