Category: The ‘’CAP’’ Legislation & Minor Injuries

Minor Injury CAP regulations in New Brunswick

Some car accident injury claims fall under a “minor injury cap”. This cap limits the maximum amount (“damages”) a person can receive for compensation for pain and suffering. The Injury Cap for minor vehicle collision injuries in New Brunswick is

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Draft Regulations Released for 2013 Minor Injury Cap in New Brunswick

The Government of New Brunswick has just announced draft regulations for consultation regarding the Minor Injury Cap for car accident victims in N.B. Consultations will be open for 30 days and proposed date for the changes to the law to

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What is Considered a Minor Injury for the Cap?

Some car accident injury claims in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island fall under a “minor injury cap“. This cap limits the maximum amount (“damages”) a person can receive for compensation for pain and suffering. Definition of “minor

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Minor Injury Cap and Insurance Compensation

When you are injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for: past and future loss of income past and future medical expenses past and future loss of ability to do housekeeping work pain, suffering and loss

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