Annual Fall Conference
The OTLA Code: Standards of Conduct for Excellence
Enhancing the practice of personal injury litigation - together.
The OTLA Code represents a new and valuable tool for OTLA members as we strive to uphold important professional and ethical values.
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Contact the OTLA membership team for details!
On June 1, 2016, in an effort to reduce insurance premiums in Ontario, the Provincial government has mandated changes to accident benefits. These changes include a $1 million dollar reduction to coverage for the catastrophically injured.
This million-dollar reduction could be the deciding factor in whether you can afford adequate treatment for recovery. All Ontario drivers need to be aware of the recent changes.
Structured Settlements from an Investor's Perspective
There is no investment available that can guarantee a better rate of return than a structured settlement.
With the benefit of having no management fees and absolutely tax-free payments, a structure can produce yields greater than even a well-managed investment portfolio when these factors are considered. The fact that the yield on a structure is guaranteed makes it invulnerable to dips in the market that do affect most conventional investments.
Helmets on Kids Campaign Reaches Milestone Donation Total
Tallying the totals since the program's inception in 2002, we discovered the happy coincidence that over 25,000 helmets had been donated by OTLA's 25th anniversary.
Now, we are thrilled to see donations in 2016 bring our grand total to over 30,000 helmets, valued at an estimated $450,000!
OTLA Presents Awards to Ontario Safety Advocates and Educators
Established in 2011, the OTLA Safety Leadership Awards honour individuals and organizations that have made remarkable contributions to enhancing safety awareness in their Ontario communities.
These recipients are tireless advocates for safety and deserve the praise of all Ontarians.