Jacob Aitcheson's Archive

Injured while uninsured? You still have options

I’ve represented many people over the years who’ve been hit by a motor vehicle while walking, cycling, roller-blading, or riding an electronic bike (also know as an “e-bike”). In many of these cases, these individuals wrongly assumed that they did not have access to no-fault benefits because they themselves did not have an auto insurance […]...Read More

The Middlesex Law Association’s Eleventh Annual Mentoring Dinner

Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction. – John C. The Middlesex Law Association (MLA) hosted its Eleventh Annual Mentoring Dinner on March 22, 2018. I had the privilege of chairing this year’s dinner, the theme of which was: “What You Didn’t Learn In Law […]...Read More

Common Questions: My Dad Was In An Accident. He’s Not The Same. Do I Have a Claim?

When a person has been injured, the Family Law Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.3, allows certain family members to advance separate but related claims for their respective damages. The key provision is section 61(1). It provides that if your family member has been injured or killed by the fault or neglect of another, you – […]...Read More

Subrogated Claims

At its most basic, subrogation is the right to reimbursement. In personal injury matters, subrogation is the mechanism by which you – the injured person – advance claims on behalf of third parties to recover compensation for benefits they have provided, or that they will be providing, to you as a result of your injuries. […]...Read More

Maia Bent and Jacob Aitcheson discuss the Licence Appeal Tribunal’s new rules

Maia Bent and Jacob Aitcheson discuss the Licence Appeal Tribunal’s new rules Maia Bent and Jacob Aitcheson explore the Licence Appeal Tribunal’s new rules practices and procedures in the manner that they apply to the Auto Accident Benefits Service system at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association program LAT: The Knowns & Unknowns being held April […]...Read More

Jake Aitcheson Chairs Helmets on Kids Campaign

Lerners personal injury lawyer, Jake Aitcheson, is Chair of this year’s Helmets on Kids campaign. Helmets on Kids is a community partnership started by the Brain Injury Association of London & Region along with the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association in 2002.  Since its first event, held in London, Ontario, this initiative has distributed more than 15,000 helmets […]...Read More

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