What To Do In The Event Of A Claim
As a first measure, contact your insurance broker.
Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. - Insurance Broker
P.O. Box / CP 3309, MIP
All Claims, those that are actual or potential, should be reported to Aon as soon as possible and no later than thirty days after the member is made aware of an actual or potential claim.
Free Legal Assist
Legal Advice for Members of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
A Pro Bono Program
To reduce the risk of civil claims or disciplinary complaints against Occupational Therapists, Aon Reed Stenhouse, in co-operation with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and your insurer - Novex Group Insurance, have arranged for a pro bono summary legal service to be provided by Bell, Temple, Barristers & Solicitors. Bell, Temple will arrange for the appropriate referral to legal advice in provinces other than Ontario.
Bell, Temple, Barristers & Solicitors will provide confidential advice by telephone to all Occupational Therapists participating in the Professional Liability insurance program. Bell, Temple, Barristers & Solicitors will provide advice on the questions regarding potential civil claims or disciplinary complaints.
Please be prepared with the following information:
- Your name, telephone number(s) and address
- Your policy and certificate numbers
- A concise summary of all relevant facts
- Your specific question or concern
BELL, TEMPLE, Barristers & Solicitors
393 University Avenue, Suite 1500, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1E6
Toll Free (888) 263-8600 Local (416) 581-8200
Cameron C.R. Godden - extension 8201
Lisa E. Hamilton - extension 8207
Bell, Temple, Barristers & Solicitors can be reached during business hours between 8:30am and 5:30pm or messages can be left after hours.Claims Reporting Procedures
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