Auto insurers’ profit increase during COVID demonstrates need for transparency: lawyer | Law Times
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) needs to fulfill its role to promote transparency regarding auto insurance profits and control the rate at which premiums are increasing in the province, says Nainesh Kotak, founder of Kotak Personal Injury Law.
Nainesh Kotak spoke on CHCH about unacceptable auto insurance premiums and profits.
Pandemic closures, telecommuting fuelled 2020 record auto insurance profits | Toronto Sun
Auto insurance companies struck it rich in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Traffic volumes across Ontario dropped to levels likely never seen before at the onset of the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020 as office employees began to work from home, businesses closed their doors to customers and a stay-at-home order was issued to limit non-essential travel.
Nainesh Kotak spoke on BNN about the need for transparency with auto insurers making record profits
Nainesh Kotak’s interview on CHCH about legal consequences of not properly screening kids for COVID-19 before sending them to school
Parents could face fines, liability if they send kids to school with COVID-19, lawyer warns
The start of the academic year has brought on a rise in COVID-19 cases, with schools across Ontario reporting active cases amongst students and staff. One school in the province, Viscount Alexander Public School in Cornwall, has been ordered to close until at least Sept. 20 to curb the spread of the virus in the school and community.