I have been injured a motorcycle accident. What are my rights?
If you have suffered injuries from a motorcycle accident, your rights to compensation are defined by some very specific and complex provisions of insurance legislation in Ontario.
You may be entitled to benefits from your own insurance company, which are referred to as Statutory Accident Benefits. You may also be entitled to bring a claim against the at fault driver for:
- pain, suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life;
- out of pocket expenses incurred as a result of the motor vehicle accident;
- income lost as a result of the motor vehicle accident (both past and future lost income); and
- expenses for any future care you may require.
In order to fully understand what you may be entitled to as a result of being injured in a motorcycle accident, it is important to consult an experienced lawyer.
When you have a legal matter and need to hire a lawyer, you may be able to pay for these services on a contingency basis. That means you only pay legal fees if you receive money because your case wins or you get a negotiated settlement. Please see our Contingency Fee section for answers to frequently asked questions and see each lawyer’s individual biography for their maximum contingency fee rates.
Please contact a personal injury lawyer today for a free initial consultation by email or by phone at (519) 672-5666. In many cases, your legal fees are deferred until a settlement is reached. We welcome referrals from other lawyers.