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What the regulator’s review of auto insurance health care practitioners uncovered

September 9, 2022 by Alyssa DiSabatino

Ontario’s insurance market conduct regulator took a closer look at how auto insurance health care providers are billing insurers through the province’s electronic billing system, and found that 27 medical health professionals on the billing roster have been sanctioned by

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Insurer can dispute conviction of driving without insurance in accident benefits priority dispute

August 24, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Federated Insurance Company of Canada is allowed to bring forth arguments – in an Ontario auto accident benefits priority dispute with Intact Insurance Company – that a motorist convicted of driving without insurance was nevertheless insured by Intact, now that the Supreme Court of Canada has denied Intact leave to appeal.
Court records indicate that in early 2010, Patrick Cadieux had his vehicle insured by Intact. But his premium payment for February, 2010 was returned due to non-sufficient funds, Justice James Diamond of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice noted…

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Ontario auto accident benefits priority dispute, involving driver convicted of having no insurance, could reach Supreme Court of Canada

August 22, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Can an Ontario auto insurer, in a priority dispute over which insurer should be responsible for paying a claimant accident benefits, be able to argue that a motorist convicted of driving without insurance was in fact insured by the insurer