Will accident benefits reimburse me for lost income?
The legislation enables you to receive benefits for lost income and expenses that are incurred as a result of your accident. The income replacement is up to 70% of your gross income up to a maximum of $400.00 per week, or higher if optional coverage was purchased. If you were not working at the time of the accident you may still be eligible for benefits if your injuries are preventing you from carrying on your regular day to day activities.
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