The Annotated Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, 2024 Edition
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In Ontario, statutory accident benefits are defined by regulation under the province's Insurance Act. That regulation is known as the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) and is a critical component of the insurance regime that people injured in motor vehicle accidents – and their lawyers – rely on.
The Annotated Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, 2024 Edition is an annual publication that provides up-to-date expert commentary and insight into the SABS and the case law that has since interpreted each of its provisions.
This year's edition of the soft-bound guide to the SABS is sure to be an invaluable reference for professionals dealing with insurance and personal injury claims. In particular, The Annotated Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, 2024 Edition includes:
- The full text of the SABS and regulations, and an exhaustive list of cases, organized by section so that readers can gain a deeper understanding of how courts and tribunals have considered the various provisions of the SABS and can therefore better advise clients
- Cross references between sections so that the readers' attention is directed to sections that relate to each other or that should be read in conjunction with one another
- Section by section commentary with insightful analysis that explains each section in accessible language and also how the version of the SABS – Effective September 1, 2010 compares to the previous version
- Useful appendices, including guidance from the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) so readers can access everything they need in one easy-to-use, consolidated guide
A handy reference
This publication will be a very useful resource for anyone who works in the area of personal injury insurance claims, especially:
- Insurance claims lawyers
- Personal injury lawyers
- Paralegals practicing in the area of personal injury
- In-house lawyers at insurance companies
- Claims adjusters
Table of contents
Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule – Effective September 1, 2010 (O. Reg. 34/10)
Part I: General
Part II: Income Replacement, Non-Earner and Caregiver Benefits
Part III: Medical, Rehabilitation and Attendant Care Benefits
Part IV: Payment of Other Expenses
Part V: Death and Funeral Expenses
Part VI: Optional Benefits
Part VII: General Exclusions
Part VIII: Procedures for Claiming Benefits
Part IX: Payment of Benefits
Part X: Responsibility to Obtain Treatment, Participate in Rehabilitation and Seek Employment or Self-Employment
Part XI: Interaction with Other Systems
Part XII: Miscellaneous
Part XIII: Transitional Provisions
Ontario Automobile Policy and Garage Automobile Policy
Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) Guidance
Ontario Insurance Claims Forms (OCF Forms)
Licence Appeal Tribunal Rules of Practice and Procedure, Version 1 (October 2017)
Licence Appeal Tribunal Forms