Automobile Accident Benefits Service

Important NoticeFebruary 1, 2022 The Licence Appeal Tribunal continues to provide services to the public. All in-person service counters are closed until further notice. Use email if possible, to contact our boards and tribunals. About the LAT Applications and Responses Before Filing an AABS Application Filing an Application Processing an Application Filing a Response Serving […]

AABS: Faqs

Frequently Asked Questions This page is intended to provide general information and is specific to the time when it is first issued. Please keep in mind that the LAT’s staff cannot provide you with legal advice. If you wish to obtain legal advice, you should consult a person licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. […]

AABS: Legislation and Rules

Legislation and Rules Legislation Section 280 of the Insurance Act says that a person with motor vehicle insurance or insurance may apply to AABS at the Licence Appeal Tribunal to resolve a dispute about an insured person’s entitlement to, or amount of, a statutory motor vehicle accident benefit. Section 268 of the Insurance Act says that every motor vehicle […]

AABS: Forms

Forms Important! Download forms to your computer by right clicking on the PDF icon and selecting “Save link as” and then open the form on your computer. Do not open the forms directly in your browser (e.g. Chrome, Safari) because some browsers will not allow you to complete and save the form. New Forms: Accommodation Request Form […]

AABS: e-File

e-File Using e-File AABS e-File provides a simpler and faster option to file applications, responses and other documents. The instructions below have been developed to help users get started with AABS e-File, along with a guide to ensure proper naming conventions are used when submitting documents. If you experience any issues accessing e-File, submitting your […]

AABS: Serving Documents

Serving Documents All AABS documents, except a Summons to a Witness form, must be served by one party on the other party. Please refer to Rule 6 Service and Filing of the LAT Rules for more information about different ways for you to send a document. When you are filing your AABS application, you must include a Certificate […]

AABS: Methods for Filing

Methods for Filing All AABS forms, except for a request for a Summons to a Witness, must be: served to the other parties named in the application, and filed with AABS along with a completed Certificate of Service form as proof you have served the other party. You can file forms with AABS in the following […]

AABS: Withdrawing an Application

Withdrawing an Application If you have not reached a settlement, but you still want to end your AABS case, complete the AABS Notice of Withdrawal form and send this form by mail to AABS and send it to the other party.  When you withdraw your application, we will close your AABS file and you will no longer […]

AABS: Resolve the Dispute

Resolve the Dispute The case can be settled by agreement at any time after one year has passed since the application.  If one year has not passed, you will need to go to the case conference first. To settle a case, you and the other party will sign a document, with your representative, if any, […]

AABS: Filing a Response

Filing a Response How do I Respond to an Application? You are a party who must respond to an application if you receive: A completed AABS application form and A Notice of Application from AABS directing you to file a response. The responding party will usually be the insurance company, but sometimes it is the injured […]