Ontario has no-fault car insurance. Does that mean I can’t sue for my injuries?

This post was written by Andrea Girones:

No not at all. The term “no fault” only refers to your accident benefits with your own insurance company. Your basic benefits from your SABS insurer will apply to you regardless of fault. In order to sue in Ontario you must be “not at fault” for the accident.

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