Recommendations poised to help auto insurance system

Author(s): Stacey L. Stevens

January 28, 2013


The majority of the recommendations included in a government task force’s report on fraud in the province’s auto insurance system are positive, Toronto personal injury lawyer Stacey L. Stevens says in Law Times. Read Law Times.

The auto insurance anti-fraud task force’s final report recommends changes to prevention, detection, enforcement, and regulatory roles, the article says, noting troubling trends in claims costs prompted the Ontario government to appoint the task force to assess the extent and nature of fraud in the province’s auto insurance system.

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