The fight over serious pain

Seriously injured crash victims will have a tougher time getting money to help get better under changes the province is considering, a London lawyer warns.

A panel from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario is recommending insurance changes that would reduce the number of life-altering injuries that would be deemed catastrophic.

If the changes are adopted, those needing long-term rehabilitation will have a tough time making insurers pay – and taxpayers may have to foot the bill, said lawyer Andrew Murray, a partner at Lerners in London and the new president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, which is leading the fight against the proposed changes

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