Personal Injury Law: New ruling establishes that any financial outlay is an economic loss

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

March 23, 2015


A recent Financial Services Commission of Ontario arbitration decision has confirmed that any financial outlay by a service provider can qualify as an economic loss within the meaning of the definition of “incurred” in subsection 3(7)(e) of the Ontario statutory accident benefits schedule.

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