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Published April 17, 2020

If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident in the past two years, the time to act is now! 

Injuries arising from a motor vehicle collision can appear immediately, or slowly over time. Sometimes, motor vehicle collision victims don’t know the extent of their injuries until days, weeks or even months after the incident. Elsewhere, an injured person may be hesitant to seek the advice of a legal professional. Sometimes they believe their symptoms may improve, unfortunately, often to no avail. Thankfully, if you are still within the two-year anniversary of your collision, you may still have time to pursue an action for personal injury.   

You Have 2 Years To File Your Motor Vehicle Accident Claim

In Ontario, you have 2 years since the date of the crash to pursue a personal injury claim for damages.1 Our team at MG Law is ready to assess your file, draft your claim and submit it quickly and efficiently through the Government of Ontario’s online portal.2  

Let MG Law Provide The Help You Need

Navigating through a personal injury claim can be challenging on your own. This is why our team at MG Law is ready to assist you during these difficult times. For legal guidance, please fill out our online form by clicking here or give us a call at (613) 730-8460. An intake specialist will be ready to assist you.   

And remember, our consultations are completely free of charge with no obligation to proceed. Simply discuss your case with a member of the MG Law team and benefit from the proper assistance you need. We won’t chase you after you contact us. Instead, we’ll take the time to carefully listen to the intricacies of your motor vehicle accident and arm you with everything you need to move forward. 


1 Limitations Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 24, Sched. B
2 https://www.ontario.ca/page/file-civil-claim-online

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