Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario
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Published by Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, Ministry of Financial Institutions, Available by mail through Publications Services in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ontario.

Subjects:

  • Liability for traffic accidents -- Ontario,
  • Insurance, Automobile -- Law and legislation -- Ontario,
  • Compensation (Law) -- Ontario

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Edition Notes

Other titlesRapport de l"enquête sur l"indemnisation des victimes d"accidents d"automobiles en Ontario.
ContributionsOsborne, Coulter A.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKEO367.A8 A758 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination68, 79 p. ;
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1946464M
ISBN 100772938474
LC Control Number90170006

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The Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario by Mr. Justice Osborne was delivered to the Legislature in April of It identified rapidly increasing loss costs for third party liability bodily injury claims (tort claims) in the early s without. Coulter Osborne (in his Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compen­ sation in Ontario). In his report Mr. Osborne pushed for a "peaceful co­ existence between tort and no fault." Unfortunately, since , when enhanced first party benefits were first introduced, the balance between tort rights and first party benefits has been.   This principle was first set forth in the Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario, wherein Osborne J. wrote: In principle, non-indemnity payments should not be considered in the discussion of the collateral source rule since they do not result in true overcompensation.   In Justice Osborne’s report, Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario (Osborne Report), he stated that rising costs due to the costs of litigation and court awards and restricted premium increases were the main cause of an insurance marketplace “crisis.”.

Ontario. Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario. Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario. (Coulter Commission.) Toronto: Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario. Law Reform Commission. Report on Compensation for Personal Injuries and Death. Toronto: The Commission, Report of inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: summary of findings and recommendations. KF A8 O Motor vehicle tort litigation in Ontario: . Report of inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario. KF A8 O VOL. 1 Report of inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario: summary of findings and recommendations. ‘FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education’ FAIR (Fair Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform) is a grassroots not-for-profit organization of MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) victims who have been injured in motor vehicle collisions and who have struggled with the current auto insurance system in Ontario.