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Insurance Law Lawyers serving Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area

The primary goal of insurance is to shift the risks of a loss from an individual to a larger group of people. While types of insurance vary widely, the practice remains the same – in which an individual or corporation pays a premium into a pool from which losses are paid out. Insurance companies are the safe keepers of the premiums and are highly regulated to ensure that they are fair to consumers.

Dedicated Lawyers representing Insured Parties

Our firm does not generally act for insurers – we act for the insured.

Often, insurance companies will attempt to rely upon a clause in the insurance contract that limits their liability. Our lawyers can help you with potential claims against insurers, including:

  • Initiating Court Actions
  • Filing an application to the Licence Appeal Tribunal

Contact the Insurance Law Lawyers at Mills & Mills LLP

Our experience, skill and attention to detail will help you with all of your litigation needs. Contact us at 416­-863-0125 or send us an email.

Contact Us

2 St Clair Ave West
Suite 2101
Toronto, ON M4V 1L5
Canada

Phone: (416) 863-0125

Fax: (416) 863-3997

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