Additional expenses may also be covered as a part of your accident benefits coverage. They include:
Lost Education Expenses
This benefit provides compensation for lost tuition, books, and other education-related expenses up to $15,000, for those who cannot continue their studies as a result of injuries from an auto accident.
Expenses of Visitors
This benefit provides compensation for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred by your immediate family members while visiting you during your treatment or recovery. It includes your spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents, siblings, and certain other dependants and guardians. Expenses can be claimed for a maximum of 104 weeks after the accident unless injuries are catastrophic.
Housekeeping and Home Maintenance
This benefit provides $100 per week if you experience catastrophic injuries due to an auto accident and need to hire someone to carry out housekeeping or home maintenance responsibilities unless you had increased your coverage to get this benefit for all injuries.
Damage to Clothing, Glasses, and Other Belongings
This benefit will provide compensation for items worn at the time of the accident that were either lost or destroyed during the auto accident (e.g. clothing, glasses, hearing aids).
Cost of Examinations
This benefit provides compensation for the cost of approved examinations related to treatments as part of your recovery from an auto accident.
This benefit provides products that help with your recovery (e.g. cervical pillow, pain relieving gel, back support).
This benefit covers parking fees and mileage ($0.40/kilometer after the 50-kilometer deductible.