Section B Benefits
Helping You Navigate No-Fault Insurance In Nova Scotia
Section B benefits are payable to you if you are hurt in a car accident, regardless of who was at fault for the collision. Recent reforms in Nova Scotia have increased the amount of benefits available to injured people. Taking full advantage of the benefits you are entitled to, and need to get better, may not be easy if you try to do it on your own. A lawyer can make sure the full extent of your injuries is clear to your insurer and that you have access to the compensation you need for your rehabilitation and well-being.
MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law is focused on one objective: helping injured people across Atlantic Canada. When you are badly hurt in a motor vehicle accident and need help, we are here to give you the information and advocacy you need.
What Section B Covers
The no-fault benefits in Section B cover five broad areas. Depending on your circumstances, some of these benefits will be available for you to claim:
Medical and rehabilitation expenses
Loss of income
Principal unpaid housekeeper
These benefits are available after a car accident that caused you to suffer a severe injury. They also come into play if you have suffered the tragic loss of a loved one in a vehicle collision.
Our injury lawyers will take the time to discuss your injuries with you and learn the details of your accident. This will help us to ensure you receive the appropriate amount of Section B benefits. It will also help us to assess whether it is in your best interest to take more extensive legal action, such as filing a lawsuit.
WE CAN HELP WITH YOUR SECTION B CLAIM
Don't fight the battle alone. To arrange a free consultation, send us a message or call us at 1-888-434-0398. We work for you on a no-win, no-fee basis: you do not owe us any money until we secure you compensation.