The catastrophic impairment benefit coverage in Ontario was introduced in 1996. In that year, the benefit limit was set at $2million and was split into two.
Public transportation is quite popular in Toronto. Many residents use the subway because it is a cost-effective and more efficient way for them to navigate through busy metropolitan areas in the cities.
The governing regulation that applies is the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule. It stipulates what benefits can be received by victims whose injuries have significantly impaired their ability to work. These are commonly referred to as Income Replacement Benefits (IRB), and they assist a victim in receiving lost wages. To be entitled to IRBs, there are a few qualifiers that must be met.